Retaliation

Minneapolis Employment Retaliation LawyersDid your employer terminate you because you complained about discrimination or harassment?

Has your boss been treating you differently, disciplining you more, or giving you harder work ever since your reported harassment or discrimination in the workplace?

Did your employer terminate you when it found out that you filed a complaint with the EEOC, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, or the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development?

Madia Law Represents Victims of Employment Retaliation

If you answered “yes” to any one of the above questions, Madia Law can help. We represent workers who have been retaliated against because they had the courage to report discrimination against some of the biggest corporations in the nation.

You are protected from retaliation by your employer if you report discrimination. It is illegal under Minnesota, Wisconsin, and federal statutes for an employer to terminate you or otherwise change the conditions of your employment because of your decision to report discrimination. It takes guts to tell an employer that something is not right at work, and Title VII, the Minnesota Human Rights Act, and Wisconsin law protect you from retaliation for your complaints. Employers cannot change any condition of your employment or discipline you in any way because of your good faith reports of discrimination.

You May Be Entitled to Lost Wages, Punitive Damages, Emotional Distress Compensation, and Even Your Old Job Back

If you have been the victim of retaliation, you may be entitled to back pay and front pay damages, reinstatement to your job, emotional distress compensation, treble damages under the Minnesota Human Rights Act, punitive damages under Title VII, and your attorney fees and costs.

Contact Our Minnesota and Wisconsin Employment Retaliation Lawyers Today

You must act quickly when it comes to filing a claim for retaliation. There are very strict statutes of limitation that will bar you from filing your claim if you wait too long. Call Madia Law today to discuss your case. All consultations are free.