Queens Employment Discrimination
We handle discrimination in Queens and the New York City area. Despite its diversity, Queens sees its share of discrimination. Workplace discrimination refers to a wide range of conduct that results in the unfair treatment of workers based on protected characteristics. At Phillips & Associates, our Queens workplace discrimination attorneys represent employees in various workplace discrimination claims, including those based on race, religion, national origin, and gender. New York state and federal laws prohibit discrimination based on these protected characteristics and we pride ourselves on defending these rights. The firm recognizes that each client has a unique and difficult story and is dedicated to providing the highest quality legal representation in every case. We have successfully handled cases throughout New York and are recognized as one of Queen’s top employment discrimination firms representing employees. Our consultation is free and there is no fee unless we recover. Call us at (866) 229-9441.
Founded in 1683, Queens was one of the ten original counties of New York. With 118 square miles of land area, Queens became one of the city’s five incorporated boroughs in January 1898. The opening of the Triborough Bridge, Grand Central Parkway, and La Guardia Airport established Queens as a place of national significance. In preparation for the 1940s World’s Fair, Queens widened Astoria Boulevard and eliminated the Corona dumps, dubbed the “valley of ashes” by F. Scott Fitzgerald in The Great Gatsby. Today, Queens is a massive urban complex with 1.9 million inhabitants. The original inhabitants, the Native Americans, gave way to the Dutch and English, and then to an ever-increasing flood of multiethnic settlers. A sampling of the famous people who grew up here is a testament to the borough’s diversity. Ethel Merman, Nancy Reagan, Donald Trump, Al Roker, Lucy Liu and rapper Nas all hail from Queens. Phillips & Associates fights for your rights in the workplace. Don’t be a victim of workplace discrimination. Our Queens Discrimination Attorneys are here to help.
Discrimination in the Workplace
At Phillips & Associates, we understand that it is often difficult for victims of discrimination to speak up. Complaining might result in retaliation, a hostile work environment, or even losing your job. But no one should have to tolerate harassment or derision at work. Under the law, innate qualities such as race, religion, and national origin cannot form the basis of adverse employment decisions. If you have been the victim of discrimination, Phillips & Associates can help you find legal recourse for your harm. Based on our experience, we know how to present your claim in the strongest possible light. We can help you more effectively present your claim to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and aggressively pursue your rights in EEOC mediation, settlement negotiations, or trial, if necessary. Our employment attorneys handle cases in Queens and the New York City area. Don’t be a victim of discrimination or discrimination.
Call today and speak to a Queens Discrimination Attorney at (866) 229-9441.
Wall Street Location
We are conveniently located in the Financial District in downtown Manhattan. We are one block from the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street. Take the 2, 3, 4, or 5 subway train to Wall Street. Walk one block to 45 Broadway.
Our address is below:
45 Broadway, #430
New York, NY 10006
What Our Clients Say:
"He covered every angle and was able to help me with my dispute. I would recommend Jesse Weinstein and Phillips and Associates in the future to anyone."- Margaret
"Being in the restaurant industry for more than 30 years I can say that this law firm is the number one choice for workers in the restaurant business that need to sue their company for wrongful termination."- Massimo
"He was extremely patient and understanding throughout the process and remained professional and consistent even when I could not. I really felt like he had my back and I didn't have to worry."- Karen