How to battle wrongful termination in Salinas, CA
Have you been let go from your job without being provided significant reasoning? Do you think your boss fired you because of personal differences? Seems unfair? What can you do? You can hire the services of The Law Office of John Klopfenstein to lodge a case of wrongful termination in the court.
Come to us if you think you’ve been wrongfully terminated
We’ll inform you about all the grounds that fall under the ambit of wrongful termination. Maybe the decision to let you go as a result of office-place discrimination. Perhaps, there was a violation in public policy and the guidelines to be followed for employee termination were not adhered to. The criteria for wrongful termination can be many. Were you asked to commit an illegal act and refused to do so? Or did you point out existing issues in the workplace to your manager’s chagrin? Some wrongful termination reasons are protected by law. Read on to know more about them.
We can help, if you were fired involving –
- Discrimination –You were fired because of an existing bias against race, religion, nationality, gender, sexuality or age.
- Violation of company policy –If your company policy states that you can’t be let go off without being handed a 30-day notice first and then fails to live up to this statement, you can sue the company.
- Violation of public policy –If your company’s public policy lists grounds for termination of employment and your termination doesn’t meet any of these, you can file a case against your company for wrongful termination.
- Breach of contract –If you signed a contract on employment stating rules and regulations that were bypassed during your employment termination, the company is legally responsible.
- Denied acting illegally –Were you fired because you refused to fudge company numbers as directed by your boss? Relax, you did nothing wrong. It is the company’s fault and the company can be punished.
Laws Governing Wrongful Termination
Unfortunately, there are no laws in place that protect an employee against wrongful termination. Federal and state laws protect against employee discrimination. Employment contract laws are in place to prevent a breach in employment agreement. A wrongful termination suit can be filed for constructive discharge against an employer who made work conditions difficult for an employee and forced him/her to quit. It is integral that you sign an employment contract on joining a new place of employment so you cannot be relieved from your services without prior warning.
The Law Office of John Klopfenstein can help you battle wrongful termination
We will inform you of your employment rights post-termination and the recourses you can follow in such a situation. We will assess your circumstances and let you know if you can appeal the decision. If your employment termination goes against the employment laws governed by the US Department of Labor, you can file a claim with our employment lawyer and sue your former employer for wrongful termination. Call us at (831) 751-3497 and schedule your appointment today!