Abilene Racial Discrimination Attorneys

Find the right Racial Discrimination attorney in Abilene, TX

Under the U.S. Constitution, as well as Title VII of the U.S. Code, it is banned to discriminate on the basis of race in the state of Texas. According to such laws, an employer cannot use race as the basis for making decisions regarding hiring, recruitment, wage levels, or promotion opportunities.

What Must Be Proven in a Discrimination Claim?

The federal agency that is in charge of investigations of workplace discrimination is the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Before taking matters to court, employees who have been discriminated against must file their claim with the EEOC. 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 Abilene plaintiff additionally needs to show that the employer had an intent to discriminate, and that the discriminatory action was based on race. This intent is most often proven by showing that the employer preferentially treated those of other races and nationalities.

How Can an Abilene Lawyer Help with My Claim?

In certain instances, intent to discriminate may also be shown by using recorded statements by the employer regarding racial issues. In this area of litigation, procedural laws will vary greatly depending on where the claim is filed, and an Abilene attorney will be knowledgeable of the requirements for your particular location. Additionally, a Texas attorney can help you when you file your claim with the EEOC, and they may be able to help you obtain other kinds of relief during the time period when your case is pending.

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Life in Abilene

Abilene, Texas is a city in Taylor and Jones Counties. It has a population of approximately 118,000 people, and is the county seat of Taylor County.

Abilene, Texas was founded in 1881 by cattlemen, as a shipping point on the Texas and Pacific Railway, which was beginning to link faraway parts of the country with one another.

Modernly, Abilene, Texas is a vibrant, thriving community, with many notable residents. For example, an Abilene, Texas attorney named Sarah Weddington lives in the city. She represented "Jane Roe" in the case of "Roe v. Wade," which resulted in the legalization of abortion nationwide.

Of course, there are many other capable and accomplished attorneys in Abilene, Texas, who just don't happen to be famous. However, if you are in need of any type of legal services, it's very likely that a lawyer in Abilene, Texas can help.

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