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Protecting Your Constitutional Rights From Governmental Intrusion

The Constitution of the United States places limits on the powers of the government in order to safeguard our citizens’ unalienable rights. When local, state or federal authorities overreach, you may have a claim depending on a myriad of issues including the facts of your particular situation, and reasonableness of the act. Attorney Nathan A. Perea, Esq. defended public agencies for several of the largest counties in California, handling a myriad of cases. Mr. Perea understands the subtle nuances of Civil Rights Litigation, and the hurdles and defenses in place to protect public agencies from frivolous claims. His experience allows him to evaluate your claim, and whether your claim will surpass those hurdles. Drawing on more than a decade of experience, the Perea Law, APC prosecute civil rights violations against the government, such as:

  • social worker removal of children from their home
  • social worker negligent placement
  • adoption assistance program denial
  • Interference with free speech or peaceful assembly
  • Interference with religious practices
  • False arrest and unlawful imprisonment
  • Voter suppression
  • Unlawful interrogation
  • Unfair trial

Protecting Your Constitutional Rights from Private Actors

Federal civil rights legislation protects citizens from discrimination in the employment setting. You may have a claim for monetary damages if you have been denied employment, promotion or equal pay for any of the following reasons:

  • Age (ADEA)
  • Disability (ADA)
  • Gender (Title VII, EPA, Lily Ledbetter Act, FLSA)
  • Genetic information (The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008)
  • National origin (Title VII)
  • Pregnancy (Title VII, FMLA)
  • Race or ethnicity (Title VII)
  • Religion (Title VII)
  • Workplace retaliation (Title VII, ADEA, ADA, EPA)
  • Sexual harassment (Title VII)

Discrimination claims are often difficult to prove. Failure to file a prompt claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) may cost you the right to even have your case heard. If you believe you’ve been the unfair target of discriminatory practices, contact us as soon as possible.

Contact a passionate California civil rights lawyer who will fight for you

When you need advice from a seasoned civil rights lawyer, trust Perea Law, APC. Knowledge is our strength. Schedule a consultation today by calling 951-303-6855 or contacting us online. Our office is located in Temecula, California.

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  • Temecula Office
    32605 Temecula Parkway
    Suite 314
    Temecula, California 92592
    Phone: 951-303-6855
    Fax: 951-303-6955
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