Aggressive and Experienced New Jersey Employment Lawyer
Discrimination or Harassment in Employment | Disparate Treatment Based on Race, Gender, Color, Religion, Creed or Sexual Orientation | Hate Crimes | Violation of State or Federal Civil Rights Statutes
Have you been wrongfully treated at work because of your color, gender, race or sexual orientation? If so you may be able to pursue damages through a state or federal civil rights lawsuit. You’ll want an experienced and results-oriented attorney to protect your rights.
At the Bronsnick Law Firm, we have more than 19 years of experience protecting the rights of people across New Jersey, including individuals whose civil rights have been violated. We take a unique approach to every case, taking the time to get you know you, understand what happened to you, and learn what you need to move forward. We’ll dedicate our efforts to getting full and fair compensation for your losses, but we’ll also work to make certain you get any medical treatment you require. Andrew Bronsnick is an experienced and respected trial lawyer, Certified as a Civil Trial Attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey Board of Attorney Certification. We’ll seek to negotiate a settlement, if it’s in your best interests, but we are always willing and able to take your case to trial to get the outcome you want. A New Jersey Super Lawyer every year since 2013, Attorney Bronsnick has obtained millions in settlements and verdicts for his clients. He’s also been recognized as one of the Top 100 Attorneys in New Jersey Super Lawyers every year since 2014.
We offer a free initial consultation to every client. To set up an appointment, contact our office online or call us at 973-287-6828.
Our Representation in Civil Rights Matters
We’ll conduct a thorough investigation to gather and preserve all relevant evidence. We’ll also prepare and file any necessary pleadings and documents, and act as your advocate in all proceedings.
We handle all types of civil rights claims in state or federal courts, including cases involving:
- Discrimination or harassment in your employment or in access to or receipt of any rights or benefits
- Retaliation or hate crimes against you based on race, gender, disability, age, religion or sexual orientation
Contact Our Office
To schedule a private consultation, contact us online or call our office at 973-287-6828. There’s no cost or obligation for your first meeting. We can be available evenings or weekends, if necessary, and will travel to your home or the hospital to meet with you.
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