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Can I sue my employer if I was wrongfully terminated?
I’m often told by a potential client that they were wrongfully terminated and they want to sue their employer, or, at the very least, they want to know what their rights are regarding their former employer. We hear the term wrongful termination a lot, just in our daily lives, whether you’re an attorney or not. For the attorney, it’s important for us to slow down and try to figure out if it was not only wrongful, but also unlawful. Was it an unlawful termination? There’s a lot of statues in California that protect employees. Those statutes prohibit an employer from retaliating against employees and discriminating against employees, so it’s important to realize that you do have a lot of protections. Sometimes you need to figure out whether or not something is just wrong or unfair , or whether it was unlawful. Even if, as you sit there right now, you think, well, I don’t know if it was unlawful, it’s important for you to get those questions answered, because you very well could have rights that you never contemplated. They could have violated that law. If I can help you in answering any of those questions, whether or not you ever bring a lawsuit or whether or not you actually file a claim for wrongful termination, it’s important for you to have those questions answered. If I can do any of that, give me a call at the office and I’ll walk you through the process.
Are you or a loved one in the process of filing an employment claim in California and have questions about suing an employer for wrongful termination? Contact the experienced California employment law attorneys at the Myers Law Group today for a free consultation and case evaluation. We can help get your life back on track.Like Us on Facebook