In Which Situation you charge for Wrongful Termination?

In Which Situation you charge for Wrongful Termination?

Have you been laid off recently? Have you lost your job, or been denied a promotion? The truth is that you may be a victim of wrongful termination, without even knowing it. For you, it seems like everything is done “by the book” when in reality, you are being a victim.

But how do you know when a termination is legal and when it is not? What are the indicators that something is “strange” with your termination? Here are the most common situations when you should file for wrongful termination.

You are Being Retaliated Against

If you witnessed something illegal in your workplace and decided to report it, or if you “blew the whistle”, the chances are that you have become (or will be) unemployed. Situations like these usually end up with a termination; however, there are cases where certain individuals were denied their promotions, their overtime work or transfer to another division.

The state of California protects its employees from all types of workplace retaliation. In case you were a victim of retaliation, you should immediately contact one of our Wrongful Termination Attorney in Los Angeles and schedule a free consultation. Time is of the highest essence, so give us a call as soon as you are fired or denied a promotion “for the wrong reasons”.

Our attorneys will do everything in their power to help you prove that your termination is wrongful. This is the hardest part, and it requires a lot of investigating, so be as honest and accurate when speaking with our attorneys.

Harassment And Discrimination At The Workplace

If your employer or any of the coworkers harassed or discriminated you, for whatever reasons, you have every right and should immediately call Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Once you learn your rights, you will be able to stand up to those who discriminated or mistreated you. If you end up losing your job for those reasons, you can file a wrongful termination claim.

The most common types of workplace discrimination are based on:

  • Age
  • Race
  • Ethnicity
  • Country of origin
  • Gender
  • Disability
  • Marital status
  • Political view
  • Skin color

Besides discrimination, if you become a victim of sexual or physical or psychological harassment, you have the same rights – call one of our Los Angeles Wrongful Termination Attorneys and receive their help in filing a wrongful termination claim. Don’t let anyone abuse you or treat you differently every again. Know your rights, and be ready to fight for them.

When You are 100% Sure

Filing a claim against your employer will put you in a difficult position. A lot of things are at stake, and if you end up losing the case, your reputation as an employee will be jeopardized. After that, things may start heading south for you in terms of your future employment.

This is why you have to be sure before you decide to file a claim against your employer. Did any of the things listed above really happen, or are you just being hurt and feeling revengeful? Clear your thoughts, and find an honest answer to this question before you proceed with the claim. If you need legal advice, our attorneys are just one phone call away.

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