Wrongful termination occurs when an employee is fired for a reason that has nothing to do with his or her performance at work. While most employment contracts provide that termination may occur without a cause that does not mean that employers are allowed to fire an employee for reasons that violate federal and state public policies and regulations. This means that an employer may not fire an employee on the basis of race, age, gender, origin, sexual orientation, or an employee’s unwillingness to conduct an illegal activity. Additionally, an employer may not fire an employee in retaliation for reporting an alleged discrimination or reporting a sexual harassment. Moreover, an employer may not fire because of medical leave, service in the military, or complaining of legal violations.
If you or a loved one has been terminated from a job for reasons that had nothing to do with your performance at work, it is absolutely imperative that you consult with an experienced wrongful termination attorney.
At Guldjian Law we have worked on a variety of wrongful termination cases including:
Firing due to age
Firing due to origin
Firing due to sexual orientation
Firing due to gender
Firing due to ethnicity
Firing in retaliation of reporting a discriminatory act
Firing in relation of reporting a sexual harassment
If you or a loved one has been fired from a job for reasons that had nothing to do with work performance, call Guldjian Law today for a free consultation. We accept wrongful termination cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that there will be no cost to you, unless we recover. Our attorneys at Guldjian Law will aggressively fight for you until justice is served, whether it is through a settlement or a trial. Our dedicated and caring team of attorneys will be available to you 24/7. Call us at 1-800-385-4838 for a free consultation.