Detroit Federal Employee Discrimination Attorneys
At Akeel & Valentine, PLC, we take acts of discrimination at a federal workplace seriously for residents of the Detroit area and those throughout Michigan. We move quickly and aggressively to not only stop an environment of hate, but also hold the employer accountable for promoting or tolerating the hostile setting. Regardless of the size of the federal entity or government agency, we seek to even the odds in our pursuit of justice.
As a federal employee, you have rights. Call us at 248-918-4542 for a consultation in our offices in Dearborn or Troy.
Asserting And Protecting Your Constitutional Rights
As a federal employee, you have freedoms under the U.S. Constitution. Our job is to secure and protect those freedoms from discrimination, including retaliation and wrongful termination for pursuing a claim. Government entities are powerful and often use that power to engage in discrimination of all kinds, including:
- Age discrimination
- Race discrimination
- Gender discrimination
- National origin discrimination
- Religious discrimination
- Disability discrimination
You may feel both victimized and disadvantaged. However, the sooner you take action, the sooner we can help stop the discrimination and hate. At your initial consultation, we let you tell your side of the story and educate you on your rights. From there, we investigate and build your case with a focus on holding your federal employer responsible for overlooking work performance in favor of physical appearance or religious beliefs.
Consultation With A Lawyer
Our attorneys pride themselves on being federal employee rights advocates at a smaller firm that allows them to spend time with clients, understand their problems and pursue effective resolutions. Our firm has an unparalleled work ethic in getting to the facts and protecting the rights of federal employees victimized by discriminatory acts. Call our firm’s workplace discrimination lawyers at 248-918-4542 or contact us online for an initial consultation.