Age Discrimination

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Safeguard your ability to be evaluated based on skills and performance, not age or other factors

Hold Employers Accountable For Age Discrimination

California’s Fair Employment & Housing Act, along with the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), make it illegal to fire or otherwise discriminate against an employee based on his/her age. Sadly, however, it is still quite common for California companies to target older workers for negative treatment. 

To pursue litigation for age discrimination, you’ll need the support of a legal firm that has the expertise to craft a compelling claim on your behalf – and the tenacity to see it through to the end.

Baker Law, LLP, works closely with private and public employees who have been wrongfully terminated or faced age-based discrimination or harassment to present a credible case that leads to compensation. We have represented hundreds of individuals since 2002, many of whom recovered substantial settlements and court judgments based upon illegal employment discrimination. 

Reclaim your rights and collect rightful compensation for discrimination with Baker Law, LLP, by your side.

Types of Age Discrimination

Examples of age discrimination that may violate California law

Case Studies

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Age Discrimination FAQ

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How do you prove age discrimination?
The most difficult aspect of an age discrimination claim is not proving that an employee was terminated under odd circumstances, but proving that the employee’s age played a substantial role in the employer’s decision to fire the older worker. Because of this fact, individual workers often have a hard time obtaining the required evidence to bring an age discrimination complaint. However, age discrimination commonly occurs throughout a company when new policies, such as cost-cutting measures, are implemented that impact an entire group of older workers.

Cases Taken On Contingency

We do not charge for an initial consultation, and Baker Law Group, LLP, takes most wrongful termination cases on contingency, meaning you don’t pay until you win. When you contact Baker Law Group, LLP, we can tell you if a contingency fee structure is right for your case.