Right to Sue Letter
Before you can file a civil lawsuit against your employer for discrimination, you must receive a “Right to Sue Letter” from the DFEH or the EEOC. Although the respective agency may choose to invite you and your employer to a mediation session to seek a resolution, or handle your claim in some other way, the most common outcome is the issuing of a right to sue letter. This letter notifies the filer that the agency has finished their investigation and is now permitted to file a lawsuit. You only have 90 days after receiving your letter to bring a lawsuit against your employer. In addition, if you feel you've been wrongfully terminated make sure to contact us for our expert legal advice.
Work with a Lawyer Who Truly Believes in Your Rights
Experienced employment law attorney Jeffrey D. Fulton believes deeply in your right to be free from discrimination and harassment. Count on him to be open to your ideas, receptive to your version of what is happening at your job, and welcome to the opportunity to investigate your claims. If Mr. Fulton takes your case, you can expect measured advice, zealous advocacy, and tireless dedication to obtain a favorable outcome.
If You Were Fired or Demoted for Reporting Discrimination, We Can Help
Were you retaliated against by an employer because you reported the discrimination? Did this retaliation result in an adverse employment action? You can take action to right this wrong.