For more than 20 years, Pines Federal has been a leading legal representative for federal employee's rights. As a federal employee, you have certain rights and protections under the ADA, which are enforced by the EEOC. Should you find yourself living with impairments and thus unable to function at work, you have the legal right to seek benefits.
The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is a federal agency designed to enforce federal laws regarding discrimination in the workplace. Regarding discrimination based on a disability, our team at Pines Federal thoroughly investigations such allegations by federal agencies, helping you to determine whether or not you have a viable claim for damages and compensation.
This particular type of EEOC claim focuses specifically on discrimination in the workplace; however, Pines Federal is uniquely skilled at handling disability cases of all types, and we are ready to aggressively pursue your claim.
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Occasionally, employers will react negatively to a disability, leading to tension and problems in your workplace. Sometimes, reporting that disability can lead to retaliation by your employer. If you have found yourself in this difficult situation, bring your case to Pines Federal. Our Houston federal employment attorneys have more than 2 decades of experience navigating the complicated federal employment laws. Let us help you bring your case before the EEO.
As a federal employee, you only have 45 days from the date of the last discriminatory act to file a complaint. We move quickly to keep your claim within the appropriate time frame, giving you the best possible chance at the best possible results.
Partnering with our federal employee law firm can protect you as the employee in many ways, including:
If your complaint is accepted, representatives from the EEO will interview you and your employer and request documents or conduct other interviews. Our Houston federal employment law firm can thoroughly prepare you for the interview, as detailed questions will be asked. Using our experience, we provide you with the relevant document to support your claim. In some cases, the agency may recommend mediation or ask the parties to resolve the matter.
If the EEO determines it will not pursue or litigate the matter, it will issue a Notice of Right to Sue letter. This letter will be issued at least 180 days after the EEO investigation began. You will need this letter before pursuing a cause of action in district court to show that you exhausted your administrative remedies. You do not need a letter to pursue a private cause of action if your allegations concern sexual harassment or is under the ADA or Equal Pay Act.
Our Houston federal employment lawyers at Pines Federal litigates viable claims before the EEOC or in federal court, including the taking of depositions, preparing document requests, submitting interrogatories, and responding to them, as well as engaging in mediation and negotiated settlements. Bring your case to us and we can walk you through an honest evaluation of your case. We serve Houston, as well as employees nationwide. With Pines Federal, experience is on your side.
Get a comprehensive consultation at our firm today by calling (888) 898-9902.