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Tips to Win a Wrongful Death Claim

After the loss of a loved one, our family had to take action quickly to protect our rights to sue for wrongful death. We tried to handle it alone, but we soon found ourselves looking for professional legal help. There were many twists and turns in the legal process that we had not expected. Even though the company was in the wrong, it was not until we got help that we were able to win. I started this blog to help other families who are going through similar situations. With this guide, hopefully no one else has to go through the experience our family suffered.

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You've Been Stereotyped

If you've ever been subjected to stereotyping in the workplace, you may have been the victim of racial discrimination. Unfortunately, stereotyping isn't always easy to identify, especially in the workplace. Racial stereotyping can occur when you apply for a job requiring advanced education, but you're pointed in the direction of the "no education required" jobs. Or, you're the one picked to provide racially stereotypical food for company parties. If you've been subjected to these types of situations, it's time to seek legal advice. 

You've Lost Out on Promotions

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You've Been Singled-Out for Natural Hair

If you've ever been sent home or singled out because of your hair, racial discrimination may be at play. Hair discrimination is a real threat to the United States. Unfortunately, most states don't recognize hair discrimination as a form of racial discrimination in the workplace. There are some states that have taken steps to protect natural hair. California and New York are two of those states. Luckily, other states are joining the ranks of those that provide protection against racial discrimination based on hair. If you've been singled out because you've chosen to maintain a natural hairstyle, contact a discrimination attorney near you.