Do You Work In A Racially Hostile Environment? We Can Help.

There is no place for racial hostility or racially motivated discrimination in any workplace, and if you are a victim, you do not have to put up with it. At Bernabei & Kabat, PLLC, our lawyers are deeply committed to social justice. We fight for the underserved and overlooked workers in tough environments who may be experiencing various types of mistreatment.

Race discrimination can be particularly hostile and severe compared with other types of workplace discrimination. We have helped hundreds of employees in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and beyond fight for their rights, and we can help you pursue an appropriate course of legal action after working in a racially hostile environment.

The Serious Effects Of Race Discrimination

Race discrimination comes in many forms. Employees subjected to this type of mistreatment may feel discouraged, disheartened and isolated from co-workers. It can have an emotional toll, as well as a financial toll, as one of the most common forms of race discrimination is placing minority employees in low-pay positions with little opportunity for upward mobility.

Inappropriate jokes, insults, subjection to hostility and repeated denial of deserved promotions are a few indicators that you could be a victim of race discrimination. Our attorneys can represent you in a civil claim against your employer, as well as prosecute cases with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Our goal is justice for you, which may include securing appropriate financial compensation and accountability for your employer.

We Are An Experienced Legal Team On Your Side

Our attorneys have over 85 years of combined experience in fighting on behalf of mistreated employees, and we have gained national recognition for our success. By trusting us with your race discrimination case, you can have an experienced team by your side that is willing to challenge existing power structures and confront inequitable practices in any type of workplace.

If you would like to learn more about how we can help you pursue a reasonable outcome to your case, contact our office today to schedule a case evaluation. Contact us here, or call our Washington, D.C., office at 202-745-1942.