How does the EEOC determine what cases are investigated? Is there a firm that will represent me and not charge a fee.

Asked over 1 year ago - Fayetteville, NC

The EEOC didn't investigate my discrimination case because of limit resources . Truly i don't understand how that is measured . Now I am being issued a Right to Sue letter . I'm totally confused and going to court will be very expensive .

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  1. Kirk J. Angel

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    Answered . They base it on a review of your allegations. The charges that appear the strongest get the most resources. The weaker ones get fewer resources I.e. the EEOC spends less time investigating them.

    Kirk J. Angel is an experienced North Carolina licensed attorney who focuses his practice on employment law. Mr.... more
  2. David Gary Jones

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    Answered . The cases actually investigated by the EEOC are extremely limited, as are their resources. You can pursue the matter on a contingency basis, no recovery, no fee, if your claims have merit.

    Consult an experienced local employment attorney.

    Please check the law of your state

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