Workplace Discrimination

"Brenton Legal is that law firm – bar none."

When it comes to family, everyone would agree you do not just walk into any law office. You do your research. You talk to people. You make sure you are going to receive representation that you can wholeheartedly trust, at a reasonable value, and that will place you or your family member in a better position. Brenton Legal is that law firm – bar none. I trust this firm to help guide my family and that should tell you everything you need to know if you read reviews.

Andrew S. Florida

"We would give more than 5 stars if we could!!!"

Travis and the team at Brenton Legal was absolutely amazing. They met and exceeded our expectations and helped navigate us through unfamiliar territory. Any time we had a question or concern, either Travis or Jackie responded in a very timely manner. We would give more than 5 stars if we could!!! Thank you so much!

Cynthia A. Florida

"I highly recommend Brenton Legal"

I found my lawyer Chris to be knowledgeable, straightforward, and honest. His assistant Jackie is incredibly kind and helpful. I had to do basically nothing, they kept me updated and I occasionally e-signed something. I highly recommend Brenton Legal.

Dannie P. Florida

"He is honest, persistent and caring."

I had the pleasure of working with Mr. Fennell. He is honest, persistent and caring. From the beginning, he let me know the outcome could be both good or bad. He always kept me in the loop and made sure I understood everything that was going on. Without Mr. Fennell, this case would not have worked out in my favor. I am grateful for all his help and highly recommend him to anyone!

Ka'Shiya W. Florida

frequently asked questions

Q: What is the difference between harassment and discrimination?

Harassment is unlawful if it is motivated by a protected class or in retaliation for engaging in legally protected activity. Discrimination is a difference in treatment based on a protected class such as race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, disability, etc. In simple terms, discrimination often feels unfair whereas harassment may feel intimidating or abusive. Discrimination and harassment violate both federal and Florida state employment laws. In some cases, what starts as discrimination may evolve into harassment.

Q: What laws protect whistle blowers?

Both federal and state laws protect employees who report illegal actions of their employers and/or refuse to engage in illegal actions at work.

Q: What is pregnancy discrimination?

Pregnancy or maternity discrimination refers to the adverse treatment of an employee based on a disclosed or known pregnancy status. Federal and state laws that govern discrimination protect employees from being discriminated against based on pregnancy, childbirth, and any related medical conditions that result from pregnancy.

Do you have an Employment claim?

Speak with an experienced attorney today.

Get Legal Support