Orange County Discrimination Law

At the Law Office of Cyrus Mor, our Orange County discrimination attorney provides employees with aggressive representation with regards to discrimination in the workplace.


If you feel as though you have been discriminated against, contact our firm today for a free consultation at (949) 783-4148.


During your initial consultation with our firm, we will work with you to gain a full understanding of the facts surrounding your employment relationship. We then are able to asses to strengths and potential weaknesses of your claim. We are also able to provide you with some helpful insight and feedback about your case at that time.


Discrimination on the basis of one’s actual or perceived disability is illegal under both California and federal law. Being discriminated against is not a good feeling for anyone and you might be quite upset about what has transpired at your workplace. However, the good news is that the aforementioned laws are in place to protect you. In the event your former or current employer breaches any of these laws, you may receive compensation and relief as a result of their actions.


Discrimination can come in many forms and contexts. For example, it can be verbal trough words and actions or if can be more directly related to your job duties such as being demoted or having your pay substantially reduced. Additionally, being terminated on the basis of your disability is also grounds for wrongful termination under federal and California law. At our firm, our Orange County disability discrimination attorney can help you receive compensation in the event you that face discrimination based on your disability.


Disability discrimination is a sensitive issue in employment law and employers have certain obligations when dealing with an employee who has an actual or perceived disability. Failure to make certain accommodations for an employee with a disability can lead to employer liability. In other words, your employer’s failure to grant certain requests you might have made or failure to make adjustments to your job duties may be in violation of the law, depending on the nature of your disability.


Other types of Discrimination

There are other forms of discrimination in the workplace which are considered unlawful in employment law. Some examples include discrimination on the basis of:

  • Gender;
  • Age;
  • Race;
  • National Origin ;
  • Pregnancy

In addition to the above mentioned classes, there are other public policy considerations which protect employees in the event that discrimination has occurred in the workplace. Employment law is complex and our firm works endlessly to ensure that you are kept up to date regarding the status of your case at all times.


Each case we take for a discrimination client is done on a contingency basis. This means that you do not pay us any legal fees until we win your case. There are no miscellaneous charges that come up along the way. If we feel as though you have a good case, we will offer to sign you up as a client and begin working on your discrimination case immediately.


Don’t let your employer take advantage of you. Employers who violate the laws should be held accountable for their actions or for the actions of your current or former co-workers.


Call us today to find out more information about discrimination in the workplace and how our firm can help you win your case.



(949) 783-4148