Wrongful terminations happen for a variety of reasonsKaiser Permanente prides itself on caring for people throughout California and the United States. However, they must be held accountable when they treat their employees poorly or fire them for illegal reasons. There are various ways that wrongful termination cases arise at Kaiser Permanente. This includes terminations due to the following:
- Discrimination based on a person’s race, color, sex, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy status, marital status, religion, etc.
- For being a whistleblower and reporting safety and health code violations to federal or state agencies.
- Retaliation for reporting discrimination, safety violations, inadequate patient care, requesting ADA accommodations, etc.
- Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc.
- Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
- The Permanente Medical Group (TPMG)
- Southern California Permanente Medical Group (SCPMG)
- California Health & Safety Code Section 1278.5: For health care workers who need to make complaints about suspected unsafe patient care conditions.
- California Business & Professions Code Section 510: For licensed health care workers (nurses included) who need to make complaints about inadequate patient care.
- California Business & Professions Code Section 2056: This law is particularly designed to help doctors and surgeons who need to make complaints about inadequate patient care.
Call us for a free consultation of your case todayIf you or somebody you love has been wrongfully terminated by Kaiser Permanente, you need to turn to a trusted attorney for help with your case today. At Rager & Yoon – Employment Lawyers , our qualified attorneys have extensive experience handling wrongful termination cases. We pledge to fully investigate your claim to secure any compensation you may be entitled to. This can include:
- Any lost wages or benefits you incur
- Emotional and psychological damages
- Reinstatement to your job if necessary and wanted
- Compensation for legal fees and court costs
- Possible punitive damages against Kaiser Permanente