A wrongful termination may be based on the breach of an employment contract, breach of an employer’s specific personnel policies, violation of an anti-discrimination law covering a protected category (such as race, national origin, sex, religion, age, etc.), retaliation for filing a complaint regarding discrimination, participating in the protected activity of another (such as being a witness), or an employer terminating an employee in violation of state law. We assist employees in describing their claim and contacting their previous employer to determine if a mutual and satisfactory resolution to the situation can be obtained. If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated or wrongfully discharged (fired, laid off, forced to resign) we can go over your situation and advise you of your rights and potential claims in an initial consultation with one of our lawyers.
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