Madison Discrimination Attorney
At the law firm of Amy F. Scarr, S.C., in Madison, Wisconsin, we concentrate our practice on providing strong civil litigation services in the areas of employment discrimination and civil rights law. We have more than 30 years of legal experience and an impressive record of success. We have handled numerous high-profile cases that have resulted in substantial verdicts and financial settlements for our clients.
Contact us online or call our firm at 608-729-4906 to discuss your case with an experienced Wisconsin workplace discrimination attorney. Your initial consultation is free.
Attorney Amy F. Scarr has extensive experience handling employment discrimination claims involving discrimination based on sex/gender, race, age, national origin, color, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, and arrest and conviction record. We have also had a great deal of experience with sexual harassment, racial harassment and retaliation claims.
Ms. Scarr is a knowledgeable and aggressive employment discrimination and sexual harassment attorney who is up-to-date on the latest developments in the law, understands what it takes to win a case and can help you navigate the legal system. Most importantly, she is a strong advocate who will do everything she can to help you reclaim your dignity and get the justice you deserve.
Federal law prohibits people who are acting on behalf of the government from violating your constitutional rights or discriminating against you based on race, sex or your membership in another protected class. Our law firm aggressively pursues a broad range of cases involving the violation of our clients’ civil rights. We have successfully litigated several matters involving police misconduct, such as excessive force and illegal strip search. We are dedicated to using the court system to bring about lasting social change.
Contact Amy F. Scarr · Experienced Madison Civil Litigation Lawyer
Call us at 608-729-4906 or send us an e-mail to speak with a knowledgeable attorney about your employment discrimination, civil rights case.