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Civil Rights-Discrimination

San Diego Discrimination Attorney

Civil Rights-Discrimination

The Unruh Civil Rights Act (Unruh Act, Civil .Code. §51) guarantees every person in California “full and equal” access to “all business establishments of every kind whatsoever” and imposes a duty on business establishments to serve all persons without arbitrary discrimination.


To bring a claim under the Unruh Act The Plaintiff has the burden to prove that:


1.     He/She has been a victim of Discriminatory Conduct;

2.     By a Proper Defendant (i.e. a “business establishment”) business establishments are defined very broadly and include places such as: (1) places of public accommodation or amusement; (2) public schools and (3) with some exception nonprofit organizations;

3.     He/She is a member of a protected class.

a.     Some of the recognized protected classes include:


                                              i.     Race;

                                            ii.     Religion;

                                            iii.     Disability;

                                            iv.     Medication condition;

                                              v.     Marital status;

                                            vi.     Sexual orientation.


4.     And that the establishment denied access to “accommodations, advantages, facilities, privileges, or services.”


If you or a loved one feels that your rights might have been affected, or you have been discriminated against, please contact the Rejali Law Firm. Attorney Omid Rejali has a passion to make sure that people are not discriminated against, or deterred from having access to a place of public accommodation and will make sure that the business establishments liable for such conduct are prosecuted.


These cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. Meaning no recovery, no fee. So, what are you waiting for, Contact us, for your FREE and CONFIDENTIAL consultation.