Civil Rights, Discrimination Cases and Class Actions

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Civil rights cases are brought when government officials violate certain fundamental rights guaranteed to us all by the United States or California Constitution.

Discrimination cases are brought when a person is treated unfairly due to their race, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, religion or disability, among other things.

Whether you feel that your civil rights have been violated or you feel that you have been discriminated against, hiring a civil trial lawyer is one of the most effective ways to stop illegal behavior, produce change and get results. If you think you have a case call us. Consultations are free. Choosing the wrong lawyer isn’t.

Typical Situation

People often do not want to speak up when they are discriminated against. Sometimes illegal or discriminatory behavior has gone on for so long it’s hard to believe that things will ever change. Sometimes the whole office acts like the illegal behavior is OK. It is not.

Why Act?

Discrimination is not only wrong, but it is also against the law. Discrimination will not end unless one brave person says enough is enough and refuses to be discriminated against. Federal and state laws protect whistleblowers and authorize people to file civil actions to sue for money damages and injunctive relief to stop discrimination.

We are seasoned trial attorneys who do not shy away from complicated or difficult cases. Our results prove it. We understand that the cases we try have a profound effect on the lives of our clients. We know the law, the issues and the courtroom. We can help you resolve your case through negotiations, mediation, arbitration or civil litigation. Remember all cases have statutes of limitations. A private consultation covered by attorney-client privilege will get you the answers you need. Gregory M. Garrison, APC, is accessible at 619-798-9501 or through our online form. Consultations are free. Choosing the wrong lawyer isn’t.