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Employment Lawyer in Birmingham

Your job is often your biggest asset. Your job is a source of income, a place to meet friends, and build a career. You have worked hard and want to be treated fairly. Sometimes an employer may cross the line and either terminate your employment or violate the law. Employment law cases that are most often litigated are related to discrimination, sexual harassment, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and ADA requirements. If you lose your job it can create stress and financial issues, and can even affect your personal self-esteem.

Here are some of the most common types of illegal conduct:

  • Discrimination based on age, sex, race, or color
  • Discrimination based on religion, disability, pregnancy, or military service
  • Sexual harassment
  • Failure to accommodate you for a disability
  • Failure to provide federal medical leave

Sometimes you may be a target for retaliation for reporting discrimination or harassment. However, the United States Constitution and Federal Law prohibit discrimination based on these protected classes.

ADA Requirements

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires employers to make reasonable accommodations to job applicants and employees that have disabilities.

Sexual Harassment

We are in a climate of the "Me Too" Movement. Both females and males are coming forward with experiences of sexual harassment, unwanted sexual advances, or a hostile work environment. It is important to document, report and find a lawyer if you think you have are the victim of sexual harassment. If you are facing sexual harassment, use common sense. Use your cell phone to either record or document instances and make your employer document your file of the instance. Next, you should contact legal counsel to explore your legal remedies.

(FMLA) Family Medical Leave Act

Certain employees are eligible for up to (12) weeks of unpaid leave annually due to a health condition, a covered family member serious health issue, birth of a new born or an adopted child. Employers are not allowed to interfere with your FMLA leave or take retaliatory actions against you for requesting your entitled rights.

If you think you have an employment law, discrimination, sexual harassment, ADA, or FMLA case, contact Ingram Law LLC today. In the event you are facing any of these types of situations, call Ingram Law LLC for a case evaluation at (205) 656-0044.

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