Have you been wrongfully terminated?
In California, employers are allowed to hire and fire employees “at will.” This means, that employers may terminate employees without providing any explanation as to why their being fired. However, this does not mean your employer can fire you because you stood up for your rights. Wrongful termination occurs when an employee is fired by their employer on the basis of their race, sex, ethnic origin, pregnancy, disability, religion, sexual orientation or medical condition. Wrongful termination also occurs when a person is fired for Whistle Blowing and reporting an illegal act committed by his or her employer.
Moreover, an employer may not fire someone if they filed a claim for discrimination, because their preganant, because they claimed to have been sexually harassed and because they requested time off for family or medical leave.
If you have been wrongfully terminated, contact the dedicatedlabor and employment attorneys at Abramson Labor Group. We will fight aggressively and vigorously to get you the compensation and justice you deserve. You maybe entitled to claim compensation for your lost wages, benefits, and emotional distress. You may even be entitled to punitive damages.
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