If you believe you are the victim of disability discrimination at your place of employment, it would be a good idea to contact Darrell Castle of Darrell Castle and Associates, PLLP— a disability lawyer Memphis TN has trusted for over three decades. Whether you are still determining if you have been discriminated against, or have already filed an administrative charge, a Memphis disability lawyer can guide you through the next steps in the complicated legal process.

Have you exhausted all available avenues within your company?

Darrell Castle of Darrell Castle and Associates, PLLP is a disability lawyer Memphis TN has turned to for over 30 years. He can provide you with the legal counseling you need in order to ensure you have exhausted all available avenues within your company to rectify the situation. If talking to the individual who might be discriminating against you and filing an internal complaint did not resolve the issue, you may need to take additional measures. If your employer refuses to take adequate action to rectify the situation, you might be best served by filing an administrative charge against them. We can help.

Filing an Administrative Charge

If you have never filed an administrative charge, there are several components involved that you will need to be familiar with for a successful outcome. This includes meeting the deadline for filing the administrative charge against your employer. Let a disability lawyer Memphis TN relies upon from Darrell Castle and Associates, PLLP and Associates, PLLP to guide you through this legal maze. Here are some general guidelines about the process.

  1. Under Federal law, before you can bring a discrimination lawsuit, you will have to file an administrative charge with the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Tennessee Human Rights Commission. If you file a lawsuit without first having filed a charge, your lawsuit will be thrown out.
  2. The EEOC or agency will notify your employer when it has received your administrative charge. The EEOC may dismiss your charge, choose to investigate, request that you try to settle or mediate the dispute with your employer, or they may act themselves, though that is rare. Otherwise, they will process your claim and issue you a right to sue letter. This is what you need to be able to file a lawsuit.
  3. As with filing an administrative charge, there is a deadline for filing a lawsuit after receiving your right to sue letter. An experienced disability lawyer Memphis TN employees rely on can help you with these filings and can assess the strength of your claim. Darrell Castle and Associates, PLLP can also prepare your administrative charge, and even help you negotiate with your employer.

Filing a Lawsuit

You may file a lawsuit after receiving your right to sue letter. The final decision about whether or not to file the suit, in what jurisdiction to file it, determining what deadlines to meet, and what should be included in the filing are important decisions with which an experienced disability lawyer in Memphis TN can assist you with.

Call our law firm regardless of where you are in the process outlined above. As a disability lawyer Memphis TN has relied on for over 30 years, Darrell Castle of Darrell Castle and Associates, PLLP is well-equipped to assist you, so call 901-327-2100 for a free consultation.