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Central Florida Age Discrimination Lawyer Helps Employees in Orlando and Central Florida

 

Age discrimination in the workplace (employment environment) is a violation of both federal and Florida state law. The highly experienced Orlando age discrimination attorney at LaBar | Adams represents those how have been discriminated against because of one's age.

Age Discrimination Attorney in Orlando Protects Employees' RightsThe Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA) prohibits discrimination by employers, employment agencies and labor organizations against any individual "because of such individual's age" in the terms, conditions or privileges of employment.

The ADEA applies to all workers age 40 or over, with no maximum age limitation.

If you have experienced age discrimination in the workplace, contact our highly experienced Central Florida Age Discrimination Attorney today by calling Toll Free: (866) 680-4529 and we will diligently protect your legal rights.

Establishing proof of age discrimination is seldom direct; rather, in most cases a thorough investigation must be conducted and presented to a court.

Proof establishing discrimination cases is seldom direct; rather, in most cases a court must look to surrounding circumstances, circumstantial evidence, to make a determination as to whether a person has been the victim of discrimination.

Our experienced Orlando age discrimination lawyer will diligently review the facts and circumstances regarding your age discrimination claim, and present all relevant circumstances and actions to the court on your behalf.

Section 760.10 of the Florida Statutes provides that it is unlawful for an employer to discriminate against anyone because of their age in terms of employment in the following forms:

If successful in an age discrimination claim, you may be awarded compensation for damages, including:

In order to take advantage of this Florida law, the party must initially file a charge of discrimination with the Florida Commission on Human Relations (FCHR) within 365 days of the last act of age discrimination. After conducting its investigation, if the FCHR determines that there is reasonable cause to believe that discrimination exists, the employee may bring a civil action for damages against the wrongdoer and/or employer.

Your Orlando age discrimination attorney must have thorough knowledge regarding all State and Federal laws regarding age discrimination issues, and have the experience to effectively employ this knowledge, while providing you with the highest standard of legal representation.

Our Orlando Law Firm has this knowledge and experience, and is ready to protect your legal rights in age discrimination disputes in Orlando and the entire Central Florida area.

Contact our Age Discrimination Attorneys in Central Florida

If you believe you have discriminated against because of your age in Orlando or anywhere within the Central Florida area, please contact the experienced Orlando age discrimination lawyer at LaBar | Adams today by calling Toll Free: (866) 680-4529. You may also send us an email using the online form provided at the top of this page and our Central Florida employment attorney will contact you shortly to protect you legal rights. Your privacy is important to us and we will keep your information confidential.

 

 

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2300 East Concord St, Orlando FL 32803 * Phone: (407) 835-8968 * Toll Free: (866) 680-4LAW * Fax: (407) 835-8969

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