Employment Attorney in California
Employer Wrongful Termination
California is an “at will” state, which means employers can terminate you for any reason – unless that reason is discriminatory. If you have been terminated for reasons that you suspect are related to your race, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, request for medical leave or an accommodation, or reporting a violation, you may have a claim for wrongful termination.
The term “wrongful termination” does not mean you have been terminated for a false reason or that the termination was unfair. It is not illegal for your boss to be a jerk or to not like you. You must prove that your termination was motivated in whole or in part by a protected class – your race, gender, age, etc. In cases where negative or differential treatment is so severe or pervasive that it alters the conditions of your employment, such that you feel you must resign, you may have a claim for wrongful termination. A wrongful termination is a form of discrimination and is a legal issue we handle frequently.
If you have been wrongfully terminated, call today to speak with one of our qualified employment attorneys. From San Francisco Bay Area to San Diego, California, our legal professionals help employees who have been terminated or resigned due to discriminatory reasons. (858) 365-9722
How a Wrongful Termination Attorney in California Can Help?
Our first duty as your wrongful termination attorney is to help you gather evidence for your case and create a compelling argument showing that your employer acted illegally and that you deserve compensation. Some of the possible outcomes we can achieve in legal action against your employer include:
- Reimbursement of your legal fees
- Compensation for lost wages and benefits
- Reinstatement in your position at your prior salary and benefit level
- A monetary award designed to punish the company for their illegal actions
We cannot list all "Wrongful Termination" violations, please contact us today for an initial case evaluation. You will speak with one of our attorneys to discuss your situation. You will receive information concerning your particular matter and you can evaluate whether our attorney fits your needs and comfort level.
For information on California wrongful termination laws, or to speak with an experienced California wrongful termination attorney, please contact us (858) 365-9722.
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