Jacksonville Racial Discrimination Attorneys

Find the right Racial Discrimination attorney in Jacksonville, NC

In North Carolina, racial discrimination is illegal under both the U.S. Constitution and Title VII of the U.S. Code. Employers may not take race into account according to these laws when hiring or recruiting workers, or when determining wages and promotion offers.

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. Race discrimination includes situations where an employer treats their worker differently from other workers who are of a different race or nationality.

To be able to prove a claim of racial discrimination, the Jacksonville plaintiff also needs to show that the employer had an intent to discriminate, and that the discriminatory action was based on race. Intent may be proved by demonstrating that the employer gave preferential treatment to people of other races or nationalities.

How Can a Jacksonville Lawyer Help with My Claim?

In certain instances, intent to discriminate may also be established by using recorded statements by the employer regarding racial issues. Depending on where you file your claim, the procedural laws will vary greatly, and so a Jacksonville lawyer will help familiarize you with the requirements for your district. Should you decide to file your claim at the EEOC, a North Carolina lawyer will be able to help you out, and they can also point you towards other types of remedies available to you while your claim is pending.

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Life in Jacksonville

Jacksonville is part of Onslow County, North Carolina. Per the 2010 census, it has a population of 70,145 people. An interesting fact is that Jacksonville is the youngest city in the United States because its age is only 22.8 years. Jacksonville also has a large military presence, and is home to the United States Marine Corps' Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and the Marine Corps Air Station New River.

Some famous people who have been residents are Ryan Adams, Art Bell, Levi Brown, Edward B. Dudley, David Green, Sara Hickman, Marcus Jones, Dian Parkinson, Danielle Peck, and Quincy Monk.

Many attorneys practice in Jacksonville. The attorneys are either solo practitioners or a part of a law firm. Either way, they focus on providing their clients with excellent legal services.

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