Do you believe you are being discriminated against in your railroad job due to a physical or mental disability, or because of your sex, race, or age? If so, you may have a right to pursue a claim for discrimination under the applicable federal and state laws.
However, in order to protect your right to proceed with a lawsuit, it is necessary for you to file a claim for discrimination with the appropriate state or federal agency in a timely fashion, often within a matter of just a few months from the date of the discriminatory act.
Accordingly, it is essential that you provide us with a detailed description of your situation as soon as it happens so we can review and discuss it with you.
Remember, just because you feel discriminated against does not necessarily mean you have a viable right to sue. Unless you act promptly to preserve your rights, you will lose whatever chance you may have to recover even for a viable claim of discrimination.
Call Cahill & Perry Railroad Law Firm at 1-800-654-RAIL to discuss your situation, or click here to send us your information online.
Go to the following websites for the information and forms you will need to file an initial administrative complaint for discrimination in:
See also the websites for the Departments of Labor in:
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