The United States Constitution, the New Jersey Constitution, and various Federal and State Laws guarantee certain civil rights to all citizens. When those rights are violated, it may be necessary to sue to vindicate and establish those rights, make sure those rights are not violated again in the future, and to seek compensation for damages.

These rights may be violated such as when an employee is fired, or even loses a promotion opportunity, because of their race, religion, or physical disabilities.   Any adverse employment event that results from discrimination is illegal.  
Obtaining justice when your civil rights are violated, and protecting your rights from future violations, requires legal action - then you need aggressive and experienced representation from a trial attorney. 

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