What To Do If You Are Wrongfully Terminated Without Notice?
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On behalf of Rager Law Firm posted on November 29, 2018
The United States is unique in its labor laws. Our country has an “at-will” working standard which means that employers can terminate employees for any reason and without any notice. California follows “at-will” employment. However, this termination must not violate any one of a protected class. There are many reasons to fire a person, but there are very clear guidelines employers must follow to ensure that the firing is legal. Furthermore, not all employers are honest or follow the guidelines. If you were terminated and feel in your gut that something isn’t right then it is definitely worth exploring. You should not have to go through the mental anguish of not knowing why you were fired, especially if there are circumstances that present that the termination was not legal.
Termination is considered “wrongful” when an employer fires an employee because of discrimination, retaliation, employee’s refusal to commit illegal acts or practices, or the employer does not practice their own termination procedures. Recently, regulations have included that it’s discriminatory if you are terminated due to genetic information. Genetic information means any medical history from a family of certain illnesses or diseases that you more susceptible to. For example, if you are a woman and you discover that you have a gene that increases your likelihood of getting breast cancer, your employment cannot fire you for it.
If you feel as if you were wrongfully terminated than you need to call an attorney immediately. Our Wrongful Termination lawyers in Los Angeles at Rager Law Firm have a deep understanding of wrongful termination. We have represented countless clients who have been fired illegally and have the right to file a claim against their employers. Filing a wrongful termination claim means that our Wrongful Termination Lawyers in Los Angeles will investigate as much as we can to get a better understanding surrounding your situation. Do not feel pressured to file a wrongful termination suit. Do not feel as if your situation is not important. Do not hesitate to reach out to Rager Law Office and talk to our professional team of Wrongful Termination Lawyers in Los Angeles.
Being terminated from a job for no reason is incredibly frustrating and can feel like the employer is playing games with your mind. Self-reflect for affirmation: Were other co-workers treated differently than you when they were in your situation? Do you have documentation of how well you were doing at your job? Do you have an employee handbook with detail on what termination should look like? Did the timing of your termination happen to fall after a certain event? Do you think you have evidence that suggests some kind of retaliation? Do you have co-workers who can assert these findings?