PRACTICE AREAS | Civil Rights Law - Civil Rights Violations with Administrative and Government Agencies
Seattle Attorney Who Fights Civil Rights Violations with Administrative & Government Agencies
Does your government help or hinder you?
We all have interactions with the government and its agencies. If your government’s attitude is affected by your surname or your attire or something similarly irrelevant, contact a Seattle civil rights lawyer. The Law Firm of Kallis & Associates P.C. has more than 15 years of experience protecting civil rights. Let us be your advocate in holding the government accountable.
What agencies are prone to favoritism
Unfortunately, any agency that has human employees can be prone to biases. Agencies that deal with a large volume of people are even more likely to show illegal favoritism:
Examples of government discrimination
When dealing with government discrimination, there are some specific ways that you can be hurt. The government wrongfully can suppress your freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and other cherished constitutional rights. The government unlawfully may seize your property or damage your property and claim that the seizure was a legitimate exercise of eminent domain or that the damage was an isolated incident. You may be denied due process in a criminal or civil proceeding. Your application for a building or zoning permit may be scrutinized or denied, while other applications are rubber-stamped. At The Law Firm of Kallis & Associates P.C., we can help you minimize all these negative impacts.
What can a lawyer do to help
Contrary to what you may have experienced, no government is absolute. Everyone from the president of the United States to the assistant secretary of the zoning board is equally accountable for his or her actions. A Seattle civil rights lawyer can help deliver that accountability.
A local Seattle civil rights attorney for local victims
The Law Firm of Kallis & Associates P.C. has an excellent track record of success. Knowledge is always power, so let our knowledge be your power. We are here to help. Contact a Seattle civil rights and employment law attorney today at 408.971.4655 or online for a free consultation to discuss your case.