Dallas Age Discrimination Attorneys

Serving Clients Throughout The Dallas-Fort Worth Area And North Texas

The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) protects workers age 40 and over from discriminatory practices on the job. Employers will never admit it but firing a person because of wage and age is one of the most frequently violated provisions of federal law.

If you feel you have been wrongfully terminated or have been denied equal opportunity in the hiring or promotion process at your place of employment in North Texas, talk to an attorney at The Law Office of John E. Wall, Jr. We are a team of dedicated workers' rights trial lawyers with a successful record of protecting employees from civil rights violations on the job.

Age discrimination is often the most subtle kind of workplace discrimination. It may start with offering an older worker a different level of health care benefits or moving the employee into a position that will not provide opportunities for further advancement. Companies try to deny it, but we recognize it for what it is: Illegal.

Employers think they can get away with putting a valuable employee out to pasture just because of the cost of health care benefits or increasing salary. The U.S. Congress passed age discrimination protections way back in 1967. More than 45 years later, employers are still trying to disregard the law. We don't let them.

From offices in Dallas, our employment rights lawyers advise and represent workers in age discrimination litigation matters throughout North Texas. We also handle employment litigation cases on behalf of workers in El Paso. Call us at 214-865-7544 or contact our offices by email or fax to arrange a no-cost consultation with one of our experienced Dallas age discrimination lawyers today.

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Our office hours in Dallas are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Evening and weekend appointments may be available by special arrangement. Call us at 214-865-7544 or use our convenient email contact form to arrange a free case evaluation.

*U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Laws