Your Employer May be Liable for Wrongful Termination. Your employer may be liable for large monetary damages that include penalties, interest, attorney fees and costs. Small disputes can lead to big PAY OUTS for YOU!
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Workers are constantly unfairly and unjustly fired by employers. Wrongful termination occurs when an employer terminates an employee for discriminatory reasons or as retaliation when employees participate in legally protected activity.
Wrongful Termination and Retaliation
Both Federal and State law protect employees from wrongful termination and retaliation.
The Federal law for wrongful termination is Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The California law for wrongful termination is titled the Fair Employment and Housing Act. The fact of the case and the situation will determine whether a case should be pursued under Federal or California law.
In addition, wrongful termination can occur when the discharge violates a public policy such a retaliation for following the law. This can occur when an employee is fired after lawfully files a workers' compensation claim, reports unsafe working conditions, demanding unpaid wages, or engaging in political speech.
If your Employer terminated you, it is time to call the professionals at (800) 365-3258.