Wrongful Termination Claims
The term “wrongful termination” means that an employer has fired or laid off an employee for reasons which are against the law. Illegal reasons for terminating an employee include:
- Firing in violation of federal and state anti-discrimination laws;
- Firing as a form of sexual harassment;
- Firing in violation of oral and written employment agreements;
- Firing in violation of labor laws, including collective bargaining laws; and
- Firing in retaliation for the employee’s having filed a complaint or claim against the
Some of these violations carry statutory penalties, while others will result in the employer’s
payment of damages based on the terminated employee’s lost wages and other expenses.
Reach out to us today to get the help you deserve
If you have been terminated recently and believe that you may have lost your job for an unlawful reason, contact Findler & Findler. Together, we can assess whether you have the right to bring a claim for wrongful termination against your former employer.
to learn more about your rights upon losing a job, and to ensure that those rights are protected, contact Findler & Findler.