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Discrimination is defined as the prejudicial or unjust treatment of an individual based on things such as race, gender, age or sexual preference. Discrimination can be truly damaging to those who have to endure it. If you were terminated from your job, refused particular service, or treated unfairly in your place of employment because of your race, age, gender, or sexual preference, you may be entitled to file a lawsuit against your employer. However, discrimination lawsuits can take some time to settle successfully. Often, the financial and emotional burden of filing a lawsuit deter victims of discrimination from pursuing the compensation they are owed. Those who do file a claim, may end up feeling pressured to settle early or take a reduced settlement amount due to the financial pressure from losing their job in the first place. Fortunately, discrimination victims seeking legal action are not alone.


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  • The type and severity of the injuries
  • The medical expenses and rehabilitation needed 
  • A portion of economic losses (includes loss of income, and loss of future wages)
  •  Application of punitive damages (punitive damages are intended to punish an at-fault party and to deter them from taking further harmful or reckless action) 
  • The degree of fault attributed to the defendant 
  • The insurance policy coverage limits for the defendant

IMPORTANT FACTORS

Those who have been discriminated against and begin seeking legal action, often ask a wide range of questions regarding discrimination lawsuit loans and settlement advances. Listed below are some of the more frequently reoccurring questions we receive: 

“Can I get a lawsuit loan for my discrimination lawsuit?”  


“Where do I get pre-settlement funding for my discrimination lawsuit?”


 “How can I receive a cash advance on my discrimination case?"


There are many factors that can determine the amount of your loan or advance, and it is in your best interest to reach out to one of our consultants to discuss your case in detail. 

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In 2018, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released 76,418 charges in discrimination were filed resulting in $505 million for victims in private sector, state and local government, and federal workplaces. Retaliation was the most frequently filed charge with the agency, followed by race and disability. 


  • Retaliation - 39,469
  • Sex: 24,655
  • Disability: 24,605
  • Race: 24,600
  • Age: 16,911 
  • National Origin: 7,106 
  • Color: 3,166
  • Religion: 2,859
  • Equal Pay Act: 1,066
  • Genetic Information: 220 


Not all types of discrimination are prohibited by law and there are some forms of unequal treatment that are perfectly legal. When filing a lawsuit for discrimination, it is imperative to understand the difference between the two. 


For instance, if a pet owner fills out an application to sign a lease, but the landlord refuses the application because they don’t want pets in the building, then that isn’t a case of discrimination.  


There are some laws that hope to ensure discrimination doesn’t occur. Known as anti-discrimination laws, these laws prohibit businesses, employers, and other services from turning away individuals based on race, gender, religion, sexual preference, or age. When someone is treated unfairly due to any of these reasons, a discrimination lawsuit can be filed against the guilty party for suitable compensation for the damages endured. 


Call us now and speak to one of our experts, if you have a current discrimination lawsuit and are represented by a lawyer, you automatically quality.

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Discrimination can occur anywhere, in the workplace, at a hospital, or even at a corner bakery. 


Listed below are some other common places where discrimination can occur: 


Employment discrimination  

Education

Housing 

Government employment and services

Health care services 

Land use/zoning 

Lending and credit 

Public accommodations

Stores

Transportation 

Voting


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