Department of Transportation
The Department of Transportation includes many different divisions that regulate transit in this country. Even though anti-discrimination policies exist in the federal government, some employees are still experiencing sexual harassment, biased promotion practices or wrongful terminations. Whether you work at the Office of Inspector General, the Federal Aviation Administration, the Federal Highway Administration, or any other Department of Transportation branch, you are still protected by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the
Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB). If you feel your work rights have been violated, a lawyer can protect your right and interests.
The Federal Practice Group has experience in litigation and is here to fight for just compensation in cases of discrimination or other violation of employment law. If you have been passed over for a promotion because of your race, sex, age or disability, your long-term career could be affected, and you may deserve a settlement. The legal team represents employees in the Department of Army,
Department of Navy, the
Department of Justice and other federal branches, so you can trust that they will handle your case with care and determination. Presenting evidence of discrimination or biased practices is essential for success at your EEOC or MSPB hearing. A favorable outcome in your case is the firm's top priority.
Your Rights and Protections
Some Department of Transportation employees are not aware of the protections they are afforded. You cannot afford to wait, and the legal team is here to offer the dedicated legal counsel you deserve. Workers in the private sector do not have the same workplace protections as federal employees, and it is your right to take advantage of these safeguards. If you have lost your job at the Department of Transportation on baseless grounds, you may be entitled to a settlement. Your professional career is too important to leave to chance.