Discrimination


Tulsa Discrimination Lawyer

Work place discrimination is when a manager, supervisor or co-worker won’t take “no” for an answer to sexual interest or stop comments, poor treatment and harassment based on race, sex, disability, age, on-the-job injury or pregnancy. Tim Gilpin is an experienced discrimination lawyer with over 28 years representing these clients on a contingency fee basis.

All too often, an injured worker is looked upon as disabled and fired. Or, a pregnant employee is looked upon as a liability and fired. Prejudices in the workplace as to race, nationality, religion and age are actionable issues that cry out for an experienced employment discrimination lawyer to help remedy.

It’s against the law to harass, fire or retaliate because of your race, sex, pregnancy, disability, age, job injury or because you filed a legitimate Worker’s Compensation claim. Depending on the claim, it can be brought in state or federal court. Or, if the claim falls under U.S. Title VII, it must first be brought to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (within 300 days of offending act) or the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office (180 days of offending act).

Generally, the law will provide for payment of back wages lost, future wages reasonably lost, emotional distress, benefits lost, pain and suffering that can be linked to the job loss and the resulting chaos in a family’s life.

For over 30 years Gilpin Law Office has successfully represented people fired from their job due to race, sex, pregnancy, disability and workers’ compensation claim. Clients have been reinstated to their job and/or received a substantial settlement or verdict in their favor.

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Workplace Sexual Harassment, too many unreported

February 7, 2018

A study by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission estimates that anywhere from between 25 percent to 85 percent of women report having experienced sexual harassment in the workplace. The number fluctuates because the Commission says 75 percent of abuse incidents go unreported. Many employees fear retaliation if they speak out, including the loss of their […]

Civil Justice Denied

December 11, 2017

Advocates for individual rights might someday call 2017 The Year of Reversal for the number of attacks on America’s civil justice system. Pick your poison, from the rollback of restrictions on forced arbitration to passage of legislation that will weaken protections against medical malpractice and nursing home abuse to a slew of  proposed “tort reform” […]

Workplace Sexual Harassment, It’s not Just Fox Network

April 13, 2017

Gilpin Law has been handling workplace sexual harassment for 30 plus years. It can be a male colleague grabbing her leg or rubbing her back. Co-workers discussing who to sleep with. Or worse, much worse. The Fox Network is in the news for workplace sexual harassment. But, it can, and does, happen in big and […]

Forced Arbitration – Loss of Rights

May 10, 2016

Forced Arbitration is a scam that takes away your rights to a fair trial in Court. A growing number of Americans discover forced arbitration clauses the hard way. Thousands of credit card companies, banks, investment firms, cell phone providers, schools and nursing homes, are inserting legalese into employment contracts and service agreements called “forced,” “binding” […]

Manufacturers Sued over Birth Control Pill Mix Up

November 13, 2015

Birth Control Pill Mix Up Causes Litigation .. and births As reported by the AP (11/13/15), over 100 women who blame their pregnancies on errant birth control packaging sued several drug manufacturers in Philadelphia. In 2011 more than 500,000 blister packs were recalled after an Iowa consumer found that the pills were packaged out of […]

$17.4 Million Verdict for Sexually Harassed Female Workers

October 21, 2015

Gilpin Law has successfully handled job harassment & pregnancy discrimination for 30 years VERDICT: $17,425,000 COURT: U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, Miami Four (4) women of Mexican descent (Sandra Lopez, 40, Maria Aguilar, 21, Brigida Gomez-Velasquez, 26, and Ana Francisco, 18) and one woman of Guatemalan descent (Ligia Martinez, 40), from late 2011 […]

Workplace Discrimination in all forms

January 23, 2015

Workplace discrimination & harassment comes in all forms, including what some call “reverse discrimination”. For almost 30 years, I’ve handled wrongful termination, work place discrimination and harassment legal actions, including pregnancy discrimination and Family Medical Leave cases. Ordinarily, its a woman or minority harassed and fired. Just like the recent McDonalds restaurant cases filed in […]

No Means No, sexual harassment at work

July 11, 2014

TItle VII relief for sexual harassment at work.

Am I covered by the anti-discrimination laws?

June 5, 2013

Men and women are protected by anti-discrimination laws.

What is protected under the discrimination laws?

April 25, 2013

The law protects more than just firing and hiring.