Losing your job is one of the most stressful events that you may experience in your lifetime, and when you lose your job, not only are you affected, but everyone who relies on your income including your spouse and children is impacted as well. You may suddenly find yourself unable to pay your rent or mortgage, not able to buy food for your family, and wondering how this termination may impact your ability to get another job. We understand that losing your job can be distressing for you and your loved ones, and if you believe you may have been terminated for unfair and illegal reasons, contact our Inland Empire wrongful termination attorneys to schedule a consultation.
California law provides a broad umbrella of employment protections for employees. Our attorneys are employment law experts who understand California’s employment laws, the application of these laws, and related legal remedies. No one should be wrongfully terminated and if you have been, you deserve to be compensated for damages sustained as a result.
Wrongful termination cases generally fall under one of the following four categories:
It is illegal to terminate employment or punish an employee in retaliation, discrimination, in breach of an employment contract, or in violation of public policy. If you believe you may have been wrongfully terminated or that your employer has taken actions that negatively impact your job for illegal reasons, contact an Inland Empire wrongful termination attorney with The Rager Law Firm so that we can help you take necessary actions to get the redress and compensation that you deserve.
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