Wrongful Termination Is Prohibited
Confronting your employer when you believe you have been subject to discrimination, harassment or unpaid wages can be intimidating. Some employees fear approaching their employers to rectify their situation because they may lose their job. Those who do lose a job unexpectedly frequently experience emotional turmoil and financial chaos. When an employer fires an employee for discriminatory reasons, contract disputes or whistleblowing, an employee may have a right to file a claim for wrongful termination.
Employers May Be Responsible For Damages As A Result Of Wrongful Termination
Wrongful termination is challenging to prove. At Freedman Law, LLC, we are experts in employment law and will fight for you. If a wrongful termination occurred, employers may be liable for significant penalties, including damages for lost wages, emotional distress, and attorneys’ fees.
Strong evidence needs to prove employers violated state, federal or public policy in firing an employee, such as firing an employee for:
- Discriminatory reasons
- Not tolerating harassment
- Reporting illegal business activity
- Informing regulatory boards about safety violations
- Retaliatory reasons
- Participating in a discrimination or harassment complaint
A job loss is stressful. But not all firings are wrongful terminations. Speak with an experienced employment law attorney who can help explain your legal options and potential outcomes. At Freedman Law, LLC, we aggressively protect our clients’ rights.
Contact Us For Exceptional Legal Representation
At Freedman Law, LLC, we have built a reputation for exceptional legal advocacy. We represent clients in all stages of wrongful termination actions. We will provide a case analysis to determine how best to approach your claim and help you gather the evidence. We will clearly explain the road map for the best possible outcome in your claim. Call 301-750-9766 or email us for a consultation.