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Wrongful Termination Lawyers

Wrongfully Fired? Get an Attorney Today

Being fired from a job can be devastating – especially when you feel you’ve been wrongfully terminated. Call for a free consultation with a wrongful termination lawyer in our network today if you’ve been unfairly let go by your employer.

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. Your skilled attorney can determine if you have a case – and advise you on the best way to proceed.

You have nothing to lose when calling us because either you get paid, or you don’t pay at all! Our wrongful termination attorneys represent clients who have been unlawfully fired due to:

  • Discrimination based on race, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, or religion
  • Refusing to perform an illegal or unsafe act
  • Taking pregnancy, family, or medical leave
  • Exercising union rights
  • Political affiliation

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Protect Yourself from the Start!

Proof is critical in any lawsuit, and while we hope you are never a victim of wrongful termination, protect yourself from the start of your employment.

First, document everything. This is critical in cases of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. The more proof you provide, the better the chances of a favorable outcome. Keep a running list of names, dates, and details. Make copies of emails or other types of written correspondence that are direct evidence of unlawful behavior.

Second, keep your employee handbook in a safe place. If you are ever terminated, take it home with you.

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 documents.

Your attorney will fill you in on the evidence needed if you are ever to file a wrongful termination claim, and your diligence will pay off when you can provide the records they need. Even if you have already been wrongfully terminated and didn’t keep any notes, your attorney and his or own team will conduct their own investigation to build a strong case.

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Wrongful termination cases require skilled negotiators and aggressive advocates to defend your rights. Don’t make the mistake of picking an attorney out of the phone book. Let us connect you with one who has a proven track record of success.

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