Experienced Des Moines Employment Discrimination Lawyers
State and federal laws are clear: there is no place in the Iowa workplace for discrimination. At the Iowa employment law firm of Stoltze & Stoltze, PLC we have taken on and beat dozens of Des Moines-area employers who have treated employees unfairly. Do you suspect your employer or former employer discriminated against you based on:
- Physical or mental disability
- National origin
We can also help you if you think you have been retaliated against because you filed a workers’ compensation claim or for took time off under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
We can meet with you, determine a strategic course of legal action and provide full, experienced and results-based legal representation.
Do you have questions regarding employment discrimination laws and your workplace rights? Contact a firm that has helped hundreds of employees in the Des Moines area. Call (515) 244-1473.
Workplace discrimination can occur in a range of situations, including:
- Denial of benefits, including pay raises and promotions
- Wrongful termination
In addition, workplace discrimination can manifest itself in sexual harassment, a hostile work environment and retaliation for standing up against retaliation that occurs to others.
At Stoltze & Stoltze, PLC we are experienced trial lawyers who have negotiated, mediated and litigated hundreds of cases in and out of court. We have represented individuals and groups against both smaller businesses and some of Des Moines largest employers.
Often, clients are unsure they have an actionable employment discrimination case until they come in to discuss their situation. Do not proceed on guesses regarding your employment law rights. Instead, contact Stoltze & Stoltze, PLC for answers and a free initial consultation.
If you have questions regarding employment discrimination, wage and hour issues or wrongful termination, contact our firm. We accept credit cards, are available for weekend and evening appointments, are conveniently located near the Des Moines civic center and work with Spanish and Bosnian translators. To contact an attorney, call (515) 244-1473.