Staten Island Employment Discrimination

The Staten Island employment discrimination attorneys at Phillips & Associates have dedicated ourselves to providing the highest quality representation to victims of employment discrimination. Discrimination based on race,pregnancy and gender are just some areas that your employer cannot use against you. Sexual harassment in the workplace is also illegal. We fight for the right of every worker to receive fair pay and equal treatment. No employee should be denied overtime or severance pay under federal wage and labor laws. People who are denied a job or other employment benefit based on age, disability or other protected trait may likewise be entitled to legal redress. Our firm is dedicated to providing each client with personalized, caring legal services. Whether you have been the victim of harassment or retaliation, we are here to protect your rights and ensure that your employers are held accountable for violating the law. Our employment attorneys handle cases in Staten Island and the New York City area. Call today: (212) 248-7431.

HISTORY OF STATEN ISLAND

Staten Island was first sighted by explorer Giovanni Verrazano in 1524. The Hackensack and Raritan Indian tribes were Staten Island’s sole inhabitants until the Dutch established settlements in 1630. Known as the “stepchild” of its larger siblings, Staten Island is the least populated of the five boroughs. Its 400,000 inhabitants have plenty of room to roam the vast parks and beaches for which the island is known. Just a boat ride away from Manhattan, Staten Island remains a retreat from the crowded city streets, offering tourists and residents a slower pace of living. Overall, it is the most suburban of the five boroughs, with an impressive spread of Victorian homes and residential neighborhoods. Although some inhabitants complain of feeling “neglected” by the city government, most residents are content to live in the “forgotten borough” with its emphasis on family values and open space. Staten Island remains a place where generations come to make a good life for their families.

DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE

For years, the experienced Staten Island employment discrimination attorneys here at Phillips & Associates have dedicated ourselves to providing the highest quality representation to victims of employment discrimination. We fight for the right of every worker to receive fair pay and equal treatment. No employee should be denied overtime or severance pay under federal wage and labor laws. People who are denied a job or other employment benefit based on age or disability may likewise be entitled to legal redress. Our firm is dedicated to providing each client with personalized, caring legal services. Whether you have been the victim of harassment or retaliation, we are here to protect your rights and ensure that your employers are held accountable for violating the law. Our employment attorneys handle cases in Staten Island and the New York City area. Call today: (212) 248-7431.

PHILLIPS & ASSOCIATES REPRESENTS VICTIMS OF DISCRIMINATION

At Phillips & Associates, we understand how difficult it is to report abuse, especially sexual harassment by a supervisor. But we also believe no one should have to tolerate unwelcome advances or discrimination in a hostile work environment. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and New York laws strictly prohibit the disparate treatment of workers based on protected characteristics such as race, religion, national origin, and gender. These are expansive rights that bar sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination based on pregnancy, family responsibility, and sexual orientation. Our Staten Island employment discrimination attorneys will fight for your rights in the workplace.

EEOC COMPLAINTS AND MEDIATION

Our Staten Island discrimination attorneys can represent you in the EEOC. We can help you file an EEOC complaint and aggressively pursue your claim. At all times, we will walk you, step by step, through the administrative processes of settlement, mediation, and appeals. Based on our experience, we know what the EEOC and judges are looking for and understand how to present your claim in the strongest possible light. Our discrimination lawyers handle discrimination cases in Staten Island and the New York City area. Our consultation is free and there is no fee unless we recover. Call us at (212) 248-7431.

LOCATED NEXT TO THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

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 Subway or the Subway of the Subway or the Subway subway train to Wall Street. Walk one block to 45 Broadway. Our address is below:

PHILLIPS & ASSOCIATES
45 Broadway, Suite 620,
New York NY, 10006
Tel: 212-248-7431
Fax: 212-901-2107
info@tpglaws.com