Standing Up For Businesses Accused Of Age Discrimination
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA) was created in order to protect workers who are 40 years old or older from employment discrimination based on age. The protections provided by the ADEA are intended to apply to both current employees and job applicants. Under the ADEA, it is illegal to discriminate against a person due to his or her age regarding any term, condition or advantage of employment.
Unfortunately, the ADEA routinely exposes businesses and other employers to costly litigation. At the Hamilton Law Firm, P.C., we confidently handle employer representation in age discrimination cases.
Our firm is committed to providing clients with information that can help them understand what their rights are and if it is even possible to file a claim on their behalf. Call 800-742-1490 today to discuss your case.
Defending Against A Claim For Age Discrimination
It is important to note that not all situations are age discrimination or other discrimination matters.
Just because you terminated an older worker does not mean that the former worker has a claim for age discrimination.
If you are an employer who has been accused of age discrimination, it is important that you retain legal counsel in order to protect your business. At our firm, attorney Ayesha Hamilton is a highly skilled lawyer with considerable experience handling a variety of employment law issues. When you retain her services, she will work with you to determine how best to handle the allegations, whether this means resolving matters inside or outside of the courtroom.
It takes time to put together a defense and litigate the case. We strive to help clients understand their options and can handle any aspects of the case that may constitute wrongful termination because of age.
You Don’t Have To Tolerate Discrimination Allegations
If an employee is accusing you of age discrimination, then we encourage you to contact Hamilton Law Firm, P.C.. During a meeting with one of our experienced attorneys, you can discuss the specifics of your case and determine how to proceed with a claim.