The answer is simple; it’s when you are tired. If you are tired of being discriminated against at work because of your age, sexual orientation, gender,
race, religious beliefs or other reasons, then you need to speak with an attorney. If you are tired of your
landlord taking advantage of you and not fulfilling their agreement in the lease, then it’s time to talk to a
lawyer. If you are tired of watching someone else benefit from your intellectual property which they
stole from you, then it’s time to speak with an attorney.
If that doesn’t help you make the decision to seek legal counsel then consider this, when you want to
speak with a civil rights attorney you are not yet filing a case. All you are doing is seeking the advisement
of someone with years of experience in this field and can present you with all your options so that you
can make an informed decision and know exactly what to expect. Before you take action know your
rights and options and make sure that you are making the best decision for you and your family.
A civil rights lawyer isn’t going to recommend that you file suit unless they feel that it’s the best option
for you at this time. If they feel that your rights are being violated, that you are being discriminated
against or if you are being deceived in anyway, they will not only show you the rights you have but they
will also fight to make sure you get fair treatment and a fair outcome. Don’t worry about questions and
what if’s, speaking with a lawyer today who will answer those questions and clear those doubts so that
you can make the best decision for you.