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Missoula Workplace Discrimination Lawyers Who Fight To Protect Your Rights

Harassment and discrimination are never ok, and you should never have to experience either in the workplace. Our Missoula workplace discrimination lawyers at Tipp Coburn Lockwood, P.C., have been helping clients throughout western Montana since 1959. If you have suffered discrimination in the workplace or believe that you were wrongfully terminated, we will fight for your rights and hold your employer accountable.

Federal And Montana State Laws Prohibit Discrimination And Workplace Harassment

Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination against certain protected classes. Job applicants, employees and former employees are protected against discrimination in the workplace based on:

  • Color, race or national origin
  • Religion
  • Gender, sexual orientation or gender identity
  • Pregnancy
  • Disability or vaccination status
  • Marital status
  • Age or disability

If you have been demoted, denied a job, had your wages or hours cut, or otherwise treated unfairly because of your status in a protected class, you may have a claim for workplace discrimination.

What Does Workplace Discrimination Look Like?

Workplace discrimination can come in a lot of forms, and can be blatant or subtle. Some examples of workplace discrimination include:

  • Inappropriate or illegal questions asked in an interview
  • Derogatory or discriminatory language displayed in your workplace
  • Verbal or sexual harassment
  • You are not paid equally or overlooked for promotions

There is no litmus test for prejudice, but there are ways that an attorney can demonstrate that discrimination was the driving force behind the treatment you have suffered while at work. Our attorneys are prepared to gather the evidence need to prove that your rights were violated.

Schedule A Free Consultation With A Discrimination Lawyer Today

Our attorneys at Tipp Coburn Lockwood offer free consultations and case evaluations. If you believe that you have experienced discrimination in your work environment, you can schedule your free appointment by calling our office at 406-389-4215 or by sending us an email.