Navigating wrongful termination from your job can be an incredibly overwhelming and confusing situation. You don’t have to go through it alone though; our law firm is here for you! We specialize in representing employees who have been wrongfully terminated, equipped with knowledgeable lawyers that possess a profound understanding of employment laws as well as many victorious court cases defending employee rights. Our team has the skillset needed to help protect your interests and ensure a successful outcome for you.
Our law firm recognises the massive impact that wrongful termination can have on your life and those of your loved ones. That’s why we pledge to provide you with superior legal representation, tailored to meet all of your needs. If you believe that you’ve been wrongfully dismissed, reach out now for a free consultation so we can start helping right away!
Our wrongful termination law firm is committed to upholding the rights of wrongfully terminated employees. Our talented attorneys possess extensive knowledge of employment law and have a history of successfully advocating for those seeking justice and reparations. We are resolute in our mission to fight on behalf of people whose jobs were taken away unjustly.
Here at our firm, we are dedicated to ensuring justice for those wronged in the workplace. We understand how perplexing and overwhelming wrongful termination can be, which is why we offer personalized service and compassionate representation to each individual client. Our team stands up for what’s right and fights hard on behalf of all employees who have suffered injustice.
People call us all the time with a claim of wrongful termination, but what does that actually mean? It’s essential to understand that wrongful termination encompasses numerous employment laws designed to safeguard workers. If your employer violated one or multiple of these regulations by terminating you, then yes—your firing was indeed wrongfully done.
In the US, discrimination is a crime and it’s against the law for an employer to discriminate against you. This includes your race, color, religious background, age, sex, pregnancy status or orientation; gender identity and expression; marital status; national origin; ancestry or disability – none of these should be factors in any decision relating to terminating employment. You cannot lose your job because of discriminatory practices!
Unlawful public policy violations are not tolerated. If your employer expects you to break the law, that is a federal or state violation and they cannot fire you for refusing. You should never be forced to choose between keeping your job and disregarding a legal rule – so don’t let them!
Breaking a contract is an offense that can carry serious legal consequences. Whether written or verbal, if your firing violates the terms of any agreement you have with your employer it may count as wrongful termination.
Many cases like these can be complicated and unique. If you feel that you have been unjustly terminated, please contact us so we can discuss your situation further and explore all possibilities available.
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