At Warner Law many of our clients are also facing legal problems related to their employment. Our attorneys have the skill and determination to help clients resolve these issues in an effective manner. If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated from your job, contact our attorneys.
Suddenly losing your job can be a financial and emotional shock. You now must find a new job, cope with a potentially tarnished reputation and deal with the financial challenges of lost income until a new job is obtained. Our attorney can help you determine if you have a valid claim for effective financial recovery.
Being fired from a job does not automatically give you a legal claim to sue your employer. However, when your termination results from wrongful conduct of your employer, you may have a plausible claim to pursue.
Wrongful termination litigation often involves retaliation such as:
- Discrimination retaliation: Employers are barred from discriminating on the basis of gender, race, religion, disability, national origin or other protected class. We represent employees who have been wrongfully terminated to such discrimination or terminated in retaliation for filing a discrimination complaint.
- Harassment retaliation: We advocate for employees who have suffered wrongful termination after filing a formal complaint for sexual harassment.
- Whistleblower retaliation: When an employee has been terminated after reporting employer misconduct, our attorneys assert the employee’s rights.