Wrongful termination in the workplace can be devastating to your financial security and mental and physical health. You don’t have to put up with it!
When wrongfully terminated a person’s life can instantly go into chaos, their financial stability shattered and great fear, depression and concern become overwhelming. What will happen to me now? How will I pay my bills? They shoudn’t be able to get away with that! What can I do?
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We focus on wrongful termination in violation of public policy, that is, wrongful termination for refusing to violate the law, performing a statutory obligation, exercising a right or privilege or reporting an alleged violation of a statute of public importance. Wrongful termination can come from reporting sexual harassment or not giving in to sexual approaches. There are many examples, such as being wrongfully terminated because the employee complained about sexual harassment or discrimination or didn’t want to put up with it, refusing to engage in illegal activity or cheating, whistleblowing, etc. Discrimination can include sex, race, religion, color, national origin, physical disability, mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy and age.
Sometimes these conditions in violation of public policy are so intolerable that a reasonable employee just cannot take it anymore and resigns. This is known as Constructive Wrongful Termination and is very much like the wrongful termination discussed in this article.
In addition to the devastating loss of earnings and benefits, we know how victims of wrongful termination can suffer, including: nightmares, stomach problems, crying spells, fear, depression, anxiety, not wanting to go out, feelings of helplessness and powerlessness, etc.
The type of full monetary recovery that we seek for our wrongful termination clients can include:
Expenses. Recovery may include medical expenses, past, present and future.
Severe Emotional Distress Damages and General Damages Past, present and future.
Loss of Earnings and Earnings Capacity. Past, present and future.
* Punitive damages* to punish the employer, under certain conditions.
We have successfully handled numerous wrongful termination cases. Wrongful termination law is unique so go to a law firm that knows what they are doing and will fight for you.
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