I have suffered humiliation, mental anguish not only in work place but also in the public, can you help me?
Your chances of getting a pro bono attorney for that type of case are extremely slim. But the good news is that if you can find a personal injury attorney who thinks you have a good case, they will take it on a contingency fee basis, meaning when and if you get money that's where your attorney fees will get paid out of. Expect your attorney fees to be 33%, perhaps 40% of whatever money you get.
Generally, this is not the type of matter that is handled pro bono.
You are very non-specific about what occurred at your employment. Your best bet is to discuss this with an employment lawyer, as some do work on a contingency fee in some cases, meaning that you would only pay if money was recovered.
Stephen L. Hoffman
Law Office of Stephen L. Hoffman LLC
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