Successful Workplace Discrimination & Harassment Attorney Representing Tampa Clients

Simply put, it is illegal for your employer to treat you differently than your other coworkers based on your status as a member of a protected class. If your employer discriminates you based on any of the following considerations, contact attorney Craig Berman for help rectifying the situation.

Age Discrimination

Employees of all ages are part of the workforce and it is illegal for your employer or coworkers to treat you differently because of your age. If you are 40 or older and are experiencing negative treatment in the workplace, you may have a case for seeking legal recourse for age discrimination.

Gender Discrimination

Are you suffering unfair treatment because of your gender? If so, you have protections under Florida and federal employment laws and should seek the counsel of an experienced employment and labor law attorney like Craig Berman. He can help you report the inappropriate behavior to the right authority or agency so the treatment stops and you are compensated for this injustice.

Pregnancy Discrimination

Your employer is not allowed to discriminate against you because you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. Under federal and state laws, your employer may not terminate you, decline to hire you, change your duties or compensation, or otherwise treat you differently because of a pregnancy. If you have suffered unfair treatment because of a matter pertaining to pregnancy, contact Craig Berman today.

Disability Discrimination

Employees with disabilities are protected from unfair treatment under many state and federal laws, but not all employers eagerly abide by these statutes. If you are being harassed, paid less for equal work, given demeaning tasks, or any other form of inappropriate behavior, attorney Craig Berman can help make the situation right and fight for compensation for your troubles.

Race & National Origin Discrimination

Your skin color and/or where you or your parents were born should have no bearing on the amount of respect and responsibility you receive at work. This has become even more important during the currently divisive political climate. If you have been passed over for a job or promotion, made to suffer unfair and degrading behavior, or terminated because of your race or national origin, lawyer Craig Berman can help you amend this unjust situation.

Religious Discrimination

People living and working in the United States are entitled to practice any religion they like without fear of discrimination in their personal or professional lives. If you have been subjected to religious abuse or discrimination at work, you should be compensated for your trauma. Attorney Craig Berman can help you report the violations to the proper agency and hold those responsible accountable for their actions.

Sexual Harassment

You should not have to fear being sexually harassed, assaulted, or objectified in the workplace. You are there to do your job and should not have to endure inappropriate comments, gestures, or actions. If you have been sexually harassed at work, attorney Craig Berman can help you make things right and move forward.

Hostile Work Environment

A hostile work environment is one in which it is difficult or impossible to complete your assigned work duties because of discrimination, intimidation, abuse, harassment, or some other form of intolerable behavior. If you are suffering in a hostile work environment, chances are you are not the only one who could benefit from filing a lawsuit to put an end to this unfair situation. Contact Craig Berman today to learn how you can get started.

Florida Civil Rights Act

The Florida Civil Rights Act (FCRA) has been in place since 1992 and seeks to further protect Florida employees from unfair and unjust working conditions. Its tenets extend to professional clubs, groups, and organizations whose membership could preclude one’s employment. If you have been barred from a professional club or experienced discrimination in the workplace, we may have a case in violation of the FCRA.

Wrongful Termination & Retaliatory Discharge

Even though Florida is an at-will employment state, that does not mean your employer is allowed to fire you based on your status as a protected class member or because you reported a violation in the workplace. If you have been terminated or laid off in retaliation or for another illegal reason, contact Craig Berman today to go over the details of your case.

Put an End to Discrimination & Harassment — Schedule Your Free Consultation Now

No one deserves to be abused at work because of their skin color, national origin, gender, disability, or other protected class status. Furthermore, you should not have to fear speaking up when something is wrong in your work environment. If you have have been harassed, discriminated against, or abused at work, attorney Craig Berman can help you make things right.

Berman Law Firm, P.A. represents clients struggling with workplace discrimination and harassment issues. Contact our St. Petersburg office today at (727) 550-8989 to schedule a complimentary consultation with an experienced and effective employment law attorney.