Bel Air Racial Discrimination Attorneys

Find the right Racial Discrimination attorney in Bel Air, MD

Under the U.S. Constitution and Title VII of the U.S. Code, racial discrimination is banned in Maryland. These laws prohibit employers from taking race into account in procedures for hiring, determining wage levels, or promotions and benefits.

What Must Be Proven in a Discrimination Claim?

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the federal agency in charge of investigating workplace discrimination, and employees discriminated against must file a claim with the EEOC before taking the matter to court. Racial discrimination claims involve situations where an employers treat workers differently than other workers who are of a different race.

To be able to prove a claim of racial discrimination, the Bel Air plaintiff additionally needs to show that the employer had an intent to discriminate, and that the discriminatory action was based on race. The employer's intent can often be proven by showing that other people of different races were treated preferentially.

How Can a Bel Air Lawyer Help with My Claim?

Recorded statements about racial issues that were made by the employer can also be used in some cases to show intent. Procedural laws in this area of litigation vary greatly depending on where you file your claim, and a local Bel Air lawyer will be familiar with requirements in your area. An experienced Maryland lawyer will also help you in filing your claim with the EEOC, as well as helping you obtain other types of relief while your claim is being processed.

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Life in Bel Air

Bel Air is located in Harford County, Maryland. When Bel Air comes to mind, people usually think of the popular television sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," or Bel Air in Los Angeles, California. However, this quaint town in Maryland has a population of a little over 11,000 people. It is home to a very diverse population of people with a median household income of around ,135.

The hospital and school district system are the primary employers. Bel Air is also home to some practicing attorneys who aid residents with their legal needs, while providing excellent and personalized legal servies.

Although a small town, Bel Air has been the home of some very famous people. Famous residents include John Archer, John Wilkes Booth, Augustus Bradford, Kimmie, Meissner, Melvin Mora, Herman Stump, Jay Witasick, and Pat Healey.

All in all, Bel Air is a wonderful place to live that offers residents small town charm along with an unified community spirit.

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