Discrimination Lawyers
Fighting For Your Rights

Have you been wrongfully terminated, discriminated against or faced harassment in the workplace? At Sykes & Associates we represent employees facing discrimination and other employment violations.

Protecting And Enforcing
Employee Rights

Our employment lawyers have over 20 years of combined experience fighting
for aggrieved employees. Your case will be treated with the utmost attention
and dedication that it deserves. We represent individuals facing the following
types of workplace problems:

Wrongful Termination

Sexual Harassment


Age Discrimination

Gender Discrimination

Disability Discrimination

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    (845) 406-1386

    We Will Seek Compensation On
    Your Behalf

    At Sykes & Associates, our employment litigation attorneys believe in upholding justice on
    behalf of our clients while working towards obtaining maximum compensation for their lost
    wages, emotional distress, lost benefits, and more. According to the EEOC, victims of
    workplace discrimination are within their rights to pursue compensation for damages they
    suffered as a result. These damages may include:

    Why Choose
    Sykes & Associates

    Over 20-Years of Collective Experience

    No Fee Unless
    We Win

    Direct Communication
    Assigned Counsel


    Large Settlements

    What Should I do If I Have Been a Victim of Employment Discrimination

    If you have been discriminated against, you have many legal options. However, your first and most critical step should be to call an experienced employment lawyer. Employment discrimination matters are quite complex, very fact specific and stressful. An experienced lawyer can guide you through the process, advise you of your rights and the law, and develop a plan forward.

    Let one of our qualified employment discrimination attorneys help you decide on which legal path to pursue. We treat every client as an individual, not a case number. Our employment lawyers want to ensure you get every single protection the law affords.

    What We Do

    The following are some legal actions we can take against your employer or former employer after a discriminatory act has taken place: