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Helping You File Discrimination Complaints through the EEOC

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is a federal government agency that determines and enforces laws regarding civil rights in the workplace. Essentially, it investigates complaints about employment discrimination based on a person’s genetic identity, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, sex, religion, national origin, children, race, and retaliation for reporting discrimination. Every single employee in the United States has certain rights that are inviolable and I can help you enforce these rights.

M.J. Watson & Associates, P.C. is a well-established law firm dedicated to protecting individuals who have been discriminated against in their place of work. I am a highly experienced and skilled employment lawyer in Dallas and I can help you hold your employer responsible for their actions. Backed by over a decade of legal experience, I have a comprehensive understanding of this practice area and can effectively protect your rights.

Call M.J. Watson & Associates, P.C. today at (214) 506-1107 or contact me online to learn more about how I can help you. Call now and speak with a knowledgeable employment lawyer in Dallas.

Filing a Complaint with the EEOC

It is recommended you file a formal employment discrimination complaint with the EEOC if you think that:

  • You are being unfairly treated at work due to your religion, color, sex, race, or any of the aforementioned characteristics
  • You are being harassed at your workplace for any of the above reasons
  • You are being harassed or mistreated because you assisted with an employment discrimination lawsuit or investigation, or because you complained about employment discrimination

The complaint that you file with the EEOC is formally known as a Charge of Discrimination. Nearly all of the laws the EEOC enforces requires individuals to file this type of complaint through them before filing a discrimination lawsuit against the individuals’ employers. However, you should know that you have only a limited amount of time to file a Charge of Discrimination before your eligibility to do so runs out. Individuals whose complaints are covered by local or state anti-discrimination laws have a time limit of 300 days. In a majority of other cases, you only have 180 days.

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I can help you with all of the complex paperwork and procedures involved when filing a Charge of Discrimination with the EEOC. I will quickly and efficiently guide you through the legal process while making sure your rights and best interests are well-represented. You can count on me to provide you with the strong representation you need and deserve.

Call me today at (214) 506-1107 to set up a consultation and learn how a Dallas employment lawyer can help you.

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