California Wrongful Termination Attorneys

Are you an employee that has been terminated unfairly? Do you feel that you were really terminated in retaliation for a complaint you made? Or do you feel that you were really terminated because of your:

  • Race / Color
  • Religion
  • National Origin/Ancestry
  • Physical Disability
  • Mental Disability or Medical Condition
  • Marital Status
  • Sex / Gender
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Age (if over 40)
  • Pregnancy

You may have been wrongfully terminated by your employer. Each case is different and must be evaluated by a professional. Also, there are specific time limits as to when a wrongful termination lawsuit can be filed.  Call our office or fill out the contact form for a free consultation with one of our experienced labor and employment law attorneys.

Wrongful Termination FAQ:

Q:    My employer did not follow its own policies when I was terminated.  Do I have a case?

A:    Failure to follow an employer’s own policy may be evidence of a wrongful termination, but employers are not legally bound by their own policies. An unfair termination is not necessarily a wrongful termination case.   Call us right away so we can evaluate your employment situation.

Q:    I was offered a severance agreement. Should I sign it?

A:    Before signing a severance agreement which will prevent you from filing a lawsuit against your employer, there are various considerations to take into account – including whether or not you have a case that is worth more than the agreement.  Since each case is different, contact one of our experienced professionals to discuss what steps you should take.

Q:    My employer will not give me my final paycheck unless I sign some paperwork. Can they do that?

A:    Generally, you are not required to sign anything to receive your final paycheck – in fact, you probably shouldn’t sign anything whatsoever after you have been notified of your involuntary termination! Contact us for your free consultation.

Q:    I was just fired for something I didn’t do! Is this a wrongful termination case?

A:    Typically, California employers are allowed to terminate an “at-will” employee for any reason – even if that reason is a terrible business decision or an honest mistake. However, they are not allowed to terminate you for an illegal reason.

Please contact us for a free consultation as to whether you have a claim.

“Disclaimer: The above is presented for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice. Every case has its own set of facts and needs to be evaluated individually. NSL Law Firm cannot guarantee the outcome of any case or claim. In order to receive professional legal advice, you must contact an attorney.”