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Race Discrimination Lawyers in Birmingham

In 1964, the Civil Rights Act made it unlawful for an employer to discriminate against an employee based on race. However, despite the fact that 50 years have passed since the Act was passed, and great strides have been made, racial discrimination is still an issue that many people deal with every day.

Racial discrimination in the workplace can be evident in a variety of ways, including:

  • Lower pay rate
  • Lesser benefits
  • Harassment
  • Termination
  • Failure to hire or promote someone based on race

If you work in the Birmingham area and you feel that you have been adversely affected in the workplace due to your race or country of origin, you should contact a Birmingham employment law attorney who is experienced with employment law and who will be committed to you and your cause.

Wrady Michel & King, has been successful in many racial discrimination cases in the Birmingham area. The legal team at Wrady Michel & King has a thorough understanding of all aspects of employment law, both at the state and federal levels. Coupled with an aggressive approach, personal determination and dedication, our attorneys have helped many clients finally get justice and compensation for their employer's wrongs.

Experienced Race Discrimination Lawyer in Birmingham

We understand that racial discrimination can not only affect your livelihood, but it can also affect your well-being, which is why we will dedicate ourselves to providing you with the legal representation that you need in order to fully protect your rights under the law.

Our Birmingham employment law attorneys are very experienced with race discrimination and we will use our experience, and our knowledge, to represent you and help you to get the justice you deserve. We will work diligently to help you win the compensation that you are entitled to. This is a serious violation of federal law, and you can expect aggressive legal action to be taken on your behalf.

Contact our office today for a consultation.

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  • “I believe anyone that has been wrongfully terminated or has experienced problems at work, should contact Wrady Michel & King.”

    J.D.
  • “My attorney at Wrady & Michel, LLC aggressively pursued my rights as an employee and helped me get the medical treatment and compensation I was owed.”

    J.F.
  • “I got my job back including back pay. I would recommend him to anyone having issues with their employer.”

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  • “Josh never stopped trying to get me something on my settlement and for that I am appreciative.”

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  • “Josh doesn't give up and he makes sure you are completely satisfied!”

    Lindsay A.
  • “My family has all expressed their deep appreciation for you working on our son's behalf and moving quickly to enable him to come home.”

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  • “The attorneys at Wrady Michel & King were aggressive and tenacious in their representation of me against a corporate giant.”

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  • “I highly recommend them to anyone needing sound judgement in all matters of Employment Law.”

    S.M.

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