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Will a Discrimination Trial Cost a Lot of Money?

Is it costly to take an employment discrimination case to trial?

People who want to file discrimination cases often worry about the trial costs, whether it's filing fees and other costs, time off from work, or attorney fees. In New Hampshire, there is no cost to file an employment discrimination case based on age, sex, gender identity, race, religion, color, marital status, physical or mental disability, national origin, or sexual orientation when it is just filed with the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights and EEOC. However, there are other aspects to filing a lawsuit that certainly make the discrimination trial cost a consideration for anyone.

Upton & Hatfield has employment attorneys with the knowledge and experience to help you file and litigate a discrimination case. If you believe you have experienced workplace discrimination, our attorneys can walk you through every aspect of a potential case, from length of litigation to the discrimination trial cost.

For more information about the employment discrimination division at Upton & Hatfield, contact us.