When dealing with civil rights violations, there are a numbers of different types of discriminations you need to be aware of, mainly because you may be subject to discrimination in more than one area. It is common for both age and gender or age and race discrimination to be seen at the same time.
In order to understand discrimination, you need to know what it is and what it isn’t. Once you have a better understanding of that, you can look at the different types of discrimination that are routinely litigated in Connecticut: age, race, religious, disability, accessibility, hearing impairment, gender, and racial discrimination.
Types of Discrimination
Start out by checking out our page on what constitutes discrimination in Connecticut. Here, you can learn some basic definitions and get a better understanding of what is or is not discrimination.
One of the most common types of discrimination that we think of is racism or race discrimination. Learn more about what this is and when a person is a victim of racial discrimination.
Religious discrimination, gender discrimination, and ability discrimination are other common forms of discrimination that might occur in Connecticut or anywhere throughout the United States. People are protected from such forms of discrimination.
A few lesser known types of discrimination are accessibility discrimination and age discrimination.
If you think that you have been the victim of any type of discrimination in Connecticut, contact our office. We can review your situation and help you determine the best way to proceed in order to protect your rights. We are here for you – simply contact us to learn more.