Set a Wrongful Termination Right
We understand that it can be devastating to be fired from a job – especially when you feel you’ve been wrongfully terminated. If you believe you are a victim of wrongful termination, talk to a wrongful termination lawyer as soon as possible. According to wrongful termination laws, you may be eligible to receive compensation for back pay, punitive damages and attorney’s fees if your termination violated one or more of your legal rights. We know an experienced wrongful termination attorney who can determine if you have a case – and advise you how to proceed. Best of all, you have nothing to lose. Because with our attorney members, either you get paid, or you don’t pay at all!
Our wrongful termination lawyers have represented people who have been unlawfully fired because of:
- Discrimination based on race, gender, national origin, sexual orientation or religion
- Refusing to perform an illegal or unsafe act
- Taking a pregnancy, family or medical leave
- Exercising union rights
- Political affiliation
If you had a contract with a company and stipulations in that contract were breached as a result of your termination, you could also be eligible for compensation. Additionally, if a company violated its own policies by terminating you, employment laws could protect you. The best way to find out what your rights are is to talk with a wrongful termination lawyer.
Our wrongful termination lawyers are ready to help right now. Call us and we’ll put you in touch with an experienced wrongful termination attorney right away: 1-800-380-8080.
Ways to Protect Yourself
Proof is critical in wrongful termination cases. Although we hope you are never a victim of wrongful termination, there are some things you can do to protect yourself.
First, document everything. This is critical in cases of harassment, discrimination and retaliation. The more proof you can provide, the better. Keep a running list of names and dates, and be sure to provide details. Also make copies of emails or other types of written correspondence that are direct evident of unlawful behavior.
Second, don’t throw away your employee manual – keep it in a safe place. If and when you are ever terminated, be sure to take it home with you.
And third, regularly ask to see your personnel file. In most states, your employer is required by law to give you access to your file. Make copies of the documentation contained within the file, and keep a running list of the types of documents.
Your wrongful termination lawyer will fill you in on other forms of evidence that you need to collect and provide. Find out more by calling 1-800-380-8080.
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Wrongful termination cases require skilled negotiators and aggressive advocates to defend your rights. Don’t make the mistake of picking just any wrongful termination attorney. Let us connect you with one who has a proven track record of success – and who will work for you on a contingency basis so that you pay nothing unless you win. We’re open 24/7, 365 days a year. Call now for your free consultation: 1-800-380-8080.