Annapolis-Based Age Discrimination Attorney
Serving Clients Throughout Maryland, the DMV Area, North Carolina, and Federal Employees Throughout the U.S.
At the Law Office of Ruth Ann Azeredo LLC, we understand that age discrimination is a serious and often overlooked form of discrimination. We are committed to providing our clients with the best legal representation possible in order to protect their rights and ensure justice is served.
Age discrimination law protects individuals over the age of 40 from being discriminated against in the workplace. This includes discrimination in hiring, promotions, wages, job assignments, job training, benefits, and termination. It also protects individuals from being harassed or retaliated against for their age.
If you believe you have been the victim of age discrimination, our experienced attorneys can help. We have extensive experience representing clients in age discrimination cases, and we will fight to ensure that your rights are protected. We will provide you with the legal advice and representation you need to ensure that justice is served.
Our attorneys will work closely with you to understand the details of your case and develop a strategy to protect your rights. We understand that age discrimination can be difficult to prove, but we will do everything we can to ensure that your case is successful.
If you have been the victim of age discrimination, contact the Law Office of Ruth Ann Azeredo LLC today to discuss your case. We are here to help you protect your rights and ensure justice is served.
Discrimination in the Maryland Workplace
Discrimination in the workplace is an illegal practice that occurs when employers or other workers at a business treat you differently based on “protected characteristics” under state and federal laws.
Different remedies and complaint processes generally apply, based on whether for a local, state, or federal government agency, or you are the employee of any private sector company in the state. The company that employs you generally must have 15 employees or more to be covered under specific law. In many discrimination cases, you may file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the State of Maryland Commission on Civil Rights.
You can determine the correct procedure or remedy for your situation by consulting with our attorney.