The term “wrongful termination” refers to a situation where an employer has discharged or fired an employee in a manner that is a violation of the employee’s legal rights. Wrongful termination can occur in a variety of ways, but for any case of dismissal to be deemed a wrongful termination, it needs to be shown that the dismissal violated one or more employment laws.
There are many examples of wrongful termination in the workplace. We represent employees in Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Francisco and throughout California in claims involving issues such as:
Many times, individuals who have been terminated may not fully understand why they were let go and were given false or inconsistent reasons for the termination. For example, an employer may cite performance issues as the reason for the termination, when recent, positive performance reviews and co-workers can testify to the employee’s good performance.
We handle all employment law cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that if we don’t obtain a favorable settlement or verdict in your case, you don’t pay any attorneys’ fees.
Every case is unique and needs to be evaluated by our experienced lawyers. If you have been injured in a work-related accident,give us a call at 818-835-5735 or send us an email to schedule a free initial consultation. There is no risk to meet with us. We get paid only if we win your claim.