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Pregnancy should be a special time in a woman’s life. That’s why workplace discrimination cases involving pregnant women can be so frustrating. Instead of focusing on welcoming a baby into the world, victims of discrimination often face a wide range of complicated legal issues.
Knowing what to do in such a situation can be confusing. You might not even be sure what laws apply to your case. That’s why it’s important to talk to a lawyer who thoroughly understands West Virginia’s discrimination laws. That’s why you need to talk to Klie Law Offices.
Our dedicated West Virginia workplace discrimination attorneys have years of experience handling such complicated cases. We know how the legal system works here and we know what needs to be done to make things right.
Common legal issues
Companies discriminate against pregnant women in many different ways. Some of the most common forms of discrimination pregnant women sometimes face include:
- Wrongful termination due to being pregnant
- Demoted or not promoted during pregnancy
- Failure to provide accommodations at work for health reasons during pregnancy
- Refusal to grant maternity leave to pregnant women
Pregnant women face discrimination in the workplace for many other reasons. Whatever legal issue you are facing, we are here to help you address all your legal issues and concerns.
How we can help
Experience matters when it comes to pregnancy discrimination cases in the workplace. Our attorneys thoroughly understand West Virginia’s workplace discrimination laws, as well as all applicable federal rules and regulations, including the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA).
When you meet with us, we can explain all the legal options available to you. That way, you can make an informed decision about what approach you would like us to take on your behalf. We will then work tirelessly with you to resolve all your legal issues quickly and effectively.
As your attorney, we may negotiate directly with your employer on your behalf. Or we may file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) against your employer. Other times, filing a lawsuit against the company may be the best solution.
But we will never take any action with consulting with you first. You’re in charge of your case. You decide what approach you want us to take. Find out how we can help. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation right now.