Montana Human Rights Violations

The Montana Human Rights Bureau investigates complaints of illegal discrimination and is empowered to provide relief on behalf of individuals who are the victims of discrimination. The Human Rights Bureau investigates complaints of discrimination relating to employment, housing, education, public accommodations, credit and other violations of the Montana Human Rights Act.

The Montana Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of:
Age
Race
Religion
Gender
Marital status
Pregnancy
Other protected classes

If you believe you are the victim of discrimination, do not delay. You may have only 180 days from the date that you were discharged (or otherwise discriminated against) to file a complaint of unlawful discrimination. To speak with an attorney, contact Gannett Sowden Law, PLLC in Billings, Montana.

Put Our Experience To Work For You

At Gannett Sowden Law, PLLC, you will benefit from highly qualified legal counsel. Our attorneys have more than 30 years of combined legal experience. We have helped many clients obtain relief from unlawful discrimination.

Our attorneys have experience in cases involving the Montana Human Rights Bureau and understand the types of relief that you may be entitled to receive. For example, we can request reinstatement of your job if you have been wrongfully terminated as a result of unlawful discrimination. Depending on the facts of your case, we may be able to seek damages and attorney’s fees. Other remedies apply depending on the facts of your case.

We will work closely with you to help you understand your rights and available legal remedies. You can rely on us to protect your rights and vigorously pursue the relief you are entitled to receive.

Let Our Team Help You!

To schedule a free consultation with a Billings human rights violations attorney at our firm, call 406-294-2000 or email for your free initial consultation.

Past results afford no guarantee of future results and that every case is different and must be judged on its own merits.