Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere
– Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Discrimination Against Injured Workers

If you suffered an injury in an accident or because of your working environment on the job, you have a legal right to file a workers’ compensation claim. While filing a claim is the only way to obtain insurance benefits to cover your medical costs and wages while you are out of work, it also may mean your employer will face higher insurance costs. Many employers do not like the increase in premiums, or the fact that you are missing work, and put illegal pressure on employees not to file workers’ compensation claims.

Injured On The Job And Suffering Retaliation?

If your employer is discriminating or retaliating against you because you filed a claim, or because you asked about filing a claim, it is a violation of your workplace rights and you are entitled to seek additional financial damages. The Law Offices of Daniel Snyder has over 20 years of experience with employment discrimination litigation.

Contact our offices to explain your injuries and why you think your employer is discriminating against you. We can help if discrimination was spurred after your workers’ compensation claim or lawsuit against the company. We serve clients throughout northwest Oregon.

We promise to give you a clear, full explanation of the law and an honest evaluation of whether you are entitled to seek additional damages. We have a successful record helping injured workers recover money damages for discrimination, such as:

  • Discrimination against workers for filing an injury claim
  • Denied health care benefits following an injury
  • Illegally fired, retaliation after filing a claim
  • Hostile work environment after an injury

Let Us Handle Everything — We Have The Knowledge And Resources You Need

If you are considering filing a discrimination claim against your employer, talk to an experienced employment law attorney first. Workplace discrimination claims often involve in-depth investigation and records of time lines and incident reports. Informing your employer of your intent to file a discrimination claim after your injury often incites management to hire a lawyer and withhold critical records.

When you hire us, we handle everything discretely and professionally. While you and your family concentrate on recovering your health, we’ll concentrate on ending the discrimination. Contact us today at 503-821-7898.