The only way to get an accurate assessment of your EEOC charge, or any employment discrimination claim, is to meet with an experienced employment law attorney. And even then, the best attorneys are going to give you a range of potential outcomes. The truth is, however, no attorney can guarantee an outcome - good or bad. I know from my experience that I've had cases where I was very concerned about the facts and law against my client only to have a jury come back in favor of my client. And I've been on the other side too. I hope this helps.
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I agree with Mr. Shinn. Also, please see my response to the question you posted in a different category. Good luck.
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If I buy that lotto ticket WILL I WIN?
That's your answer.
No attorney can tell you an outcome
one way or the other. Just sit back
and see what happens. Good luck!
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