Originally, the civil rights federal website was a compilation of my own civil rights claim that is unique to the laws of the United States. In this about us, I explain how and why this site was built. I had amassed so much useful legal information and notes, at the end of my eeoc case, instead of packing everything into storage or just throwing it in the trash, I decided to share it, and help other citizens of the United States, win their eeoc civil rights discrimination cases.
WRITING AS A THERAPY
Another reason I created the website, was a therapy to put down on paper or at least in writing things which made me depressed and angry. Writing things down was a way to get those negative thoughts out of my head. The stress and anger release worked, so I kept writing. Sometimes feeling hopeless and helpless, but continuing on. Sometimes the delays after filing and the due process wears you out, and makes you want to give up. I’ve been there, and gone through it all.
STEPS TAKEN IN A CIVIL RIGHTS CLAIM
While I was going through my federal employee civil rights discrimination’s claim, I also had to go through the same steps and processes as you. I share it all with you.
HOW TO VALUE YOUR CLAIM
What I created was a how to win your eeoc civil rights discrimination claim, and also gave people an idea on how to value your claim, or how much your claim is worth? I did this by going over several thousands of winning civil rights claims, and I also reviewed why people were losing their claims.
WRITTEN BY A NON-LAWYER
This website is unique, because I am not a lawyer, not in the legal business, but rather I was a federal employee who was discriminated against. I originally couldn’t find an attorney who wanted to handle my discrimination claim, nor could I find a civil rights organization like ACLU, ADL, ZOA, that would accept to help me. Free legal organisations like Bet Zedek and state and city bar associations were also no help, as my claim did not fit into their narrative or public relation campaign for gaining donations or politicization of some helpless victim’s case. As you can see in this about us, I am independent of any group or union.
Of course there were experienced Attorneys who charged for consultations, who gave no guarantee they would even represent me. My budget did not allow for those kinds of lawyers.
TYPES OF CIVIL RIGHTS DISCRIMINATION’S
Since my discrimination was related to civil rights protections of Race, Religion, Prior EEOC activity, Reprisal, Non-Promotion, and an unheard of amount of co-workers, supervisors and managers committing these non-stop discrimination’s and abuses, it was hard for Attorneys to believe me. Even though I had proof in depositions, email records, and other documents, the size of the discrimination made them shy away from helping me.
In valuing a discrimination claims potential worth, and factoring in attorney fees, and fees for expert witnesses, (I was told mine needed at least 2 expert witnesses who required to be paid upfront.) My EEOC discrimination claim would end up costing more than the total value of the claim.
FILING PRO SE
In the end, I filed the claim on my own, but later found representation that would work with my non financial ability to pay, unless I won.
From all these meetings, experiences and research, I can guide you through what I went through, giving you a deeper understanding of how to win your eeoc civil rights discrimination.
GOOD ATTORNEYS THAT IMPRESS ME
Since writing this how to win your civil rights discrimination, I’ve contacted hundreds of employment lawyers and been contacted by some as well. I’ve asked them what and if they have consultation fees, if they work on contingency (only paid if they win), which states they practice in and if they could seek approval by the federal courts to represent someone in a different jurisdiction. Some of these attorneys have impressed me, and I write about them as well
I want to hear your story and if you’ve made it all the way through. Has your case ended or are you still in the middle? Do you have some information that could help others? Have you found a good attorney, or do you still need one? Click on “Contact Us” as I would love to hear from you.
The more you read our blog, the more knowledge you have to help you win your eeoc civil rights claim. Keep reading. I hope you find the information I provide valuable and helpful.
Thanks for allowing me to share my life story with you!
All the best,