You will need to speak with a knowledgeable employment attorney about the fact of your case. The Washington Law Against Discrimination protects employees from unfair discrimination practices based upon protected class distinctions such as race or gender. During a consultation, an attorney will go into great detail asking you about the facts of your case. Based upon these facts, employment attorneys may take your case on a contingency fee basis if he or she believes you have a strong case.
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