California law prohibits employers from discriminating based on sexual orientation. If you are gay, lesbian or perceived as such at work, and feel you have been treated differently because of your sexual orientation, you may have a claim. Whether you have been fired, harassed, denied family leave, demoted or denied a promotion, we can help. We offer free consultations.

Abrolat Law pc handles all types of employment discrimination involving sexual orientation discrimination, such as:

  • Harassment by employers and co-workers.
  • Failure to hire the most qualified candidate because of their sexual orientation.
  • Denial of family or medical leave for same-sex couples who have or adopt a child.
  • Retaliatory termination due to complaints about discrimination or harassment.
  • Denial of promotions.
  • Wrongful termination.
  • Discrimination based on perceived sexual orientation.
The law also prohibits discrimination against an employee because of perceived sexual orientation. For example, if the employee is heterosexual, but the employer or co-workers perceive the employee as homosexual and they have treated the employee unfairly as a result, including harassing the employee, the employee may have a claim for discrimination or harassment.

Abrolat Law pc represent gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender clients in discrimination cases. We can assist you in pursuing all available damages, including:

  • Back pay.
  • Front pay.
  • Damages for emotional distress.
  • Attorneys’ fees and court costs.
  • Punitive damages (in some circumstances).
If you feel you are being treated differently based on a protected category, such as race, gender, age, disability, veteran status, give us a call at 888-872-8065. We are dedicated to fighting discrimination in the workplace and are happy to talk to you about whether you may have a discrimination claim with no obligation. All calls are confidential.