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Brighton StatisticsBack to top
- Population (2003): 43,887
- Local Time(s):
- Area Code(s): 617, 857
- Alias(es) (2003): BOSTON, BRIGHTON
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Employment (2003): 37,380
Payroll (2003) / (1Q 2003): $1,367,570,000 / $344,846,000
Brighton Employment Lawyers handle cases involving employment contracts, severance agreements, OSHA, workers compensation, ADA, race, sex, pregnancy, national-orgin, sexual orientation and age discrimination, sexual harassment, hours & wages and overtime issues. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.
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Number of Businesses (2003): 1,522
Brighton Business Lawyers provide services for corporations, LLCs, partnerships, contracts, franchising and business litigation. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.
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Brighton Population - Male/Female
Brighton Population By Ethnicity
|Other Or Multiracial||2,970||3.24%|
Brighton Immigration Lawyers help clients navigate through the federal immigration process. They help workers secure temporary visas (H1-B, fiances obtain K-1 visas, and permanent immigrants apply for Green Cards or citizenship. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.
Brighton Civil Rights Lawyers represent clients who have been illegally discriminated against on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability and national origin. If you have suffered employment discrimination, sexual harassment, or have been treated differently by a hotel, restaurant, or other public accommodation, a civil rights lawyer can help you determine whether your rights were violated and what types of redress are available. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.