NH Employment Discrimination

Workplace discrimination can result from a variety of discriminatory acts or conditions. In New Hampshire, it is unlawful for an employer to discriminate against anyone because of age, sex, race, creed, color, marital status, familial status, physical or mental disability, or national origin. If you feel that you may be a victim of discrimination, you should contact.html one of our attorneys to discuss your rights.

Generally, New Hampshire claims regarding discrimination must be filed with the appropriate administrative agency before a suit is filed. In many cases, unless your administrative case is filed within 180 days, your ability to recover will be lost. As a result, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as the offensive conduct takes place. Discrimination is often shown by conduct and statements, such as the denial of a job, wrongful termination of employment, or a change in the terms or conditions of employment (such as wages, hours, bonuses, and job assignments).

Contact the NH employment attorneys at the Granite State Injury Help Center for a free case evaluation today. If you or someone you know have suffered retaliation or lost your job because you sought to protect your rights, we are on your side. Call the NH injury attorneys at Granite State Injury Help toll-free at 877-890-0888, or e-mail us via our contact page for more information.