Wrongful Termination Lawyer in Los Angeles
Your employer cannot wrongfully terminate your employment for an illegal reason such as: complaining about or reporting unlawful conduct, refusing to do something illegal, taking medical or FMLA/CFRA leave, reporting workplace harassment (sex, sexual orientation, race, age, disability, religion, national origin) or complaining about discrimination or retaliation. You may have a claim for constructive wrongful termination even if you quit your job because the company made the work conditions so bad that you were forced to quit.
- 99% Win Rate
- No Fees Until We Win
- Millions Recovered
What is Wrongful Termination?
Wrongful termination occurs when an employer fires an employee for reasons that are illegal or in violation of the employee’s rights. This can include discrimination based on age, race, gender, or religion, retaliation for whistleblowing or reporting illegal practices, or termination in violation of an employment contract.
Reasons for Wrongful Termination Claims in California
Losing a job can be challenging, but being wrongfully terminated can be devastating, especially when it’s without just cause. If you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated from your job, you have the right to file a claim against your employer for compensation.
At Labor Law PC, we have seen many cases of wrongful termination, and it’s essential that you understand the reasons why such claims are filed. Here are some of the most common reasons for wrongful termination claims in California:
Employers cannot terminate an employee based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, or disability. If you have been fired because of any of these reasons, you may have a valid claim for wrongful termination.
Employers cannot fire an employee for filing a complaint about discrimination, harassment, or other illegal practices in the workplace. If an employer fires you for whistleblowing or reporting illegal activities, you may have a claim for wrongful termination.
Violation of an Employment Contract
If you have an employment contract that outlines the terms and conditions of your employment, your employer must honor it. If your employer terminates your employment in violation of the terms of your contract, you may have a valid wrongful termination claim.
Violations of Labor Laws
Employers must comply with labor laws, including minimum wage, overtime, meal and rest breaks, etc.
How Can We Help?
At Labor Law PC, we understand the emotional and financial impact that wrongful termination can have on an individual and their family. Our team of attorneys will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive the compensation and justice that you deserve.
Our approach is simple: we listen to your story, conduct a thorough investigation, and develop a personalized strategy that is tailored to your specific needs. We will fight tirelessly to protect your rights and help you obtain the best possible outcome.
Why Choose Labor Law PC?
At Labor Law PC, we understand that every case is unique, which is why we take a personalized approach to every case we handle. Our team of attorneys has the knowledge and expertise to handle even the most complex wrongful termination cases.
We have a proven track record of success, and we are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of legal representation. We will keep youinformed throughout the entire legal process and strive to make the experience as stress-free as possible.
Contact Labor Law PC for a Free Consultation
Danny Yadidsion and his experienced team of lawyers at Labor Law PC are dedicated to protecting the rights of California workers and ensuring that their voices are heard. If you have experienced employment discrimination based on a protected category or characteristic, whether as an employee, an independent contractor, or a job applicant, we can assist you. Our attorneys value and respect your privacy, and will work tirelessly to help you get the justice that you deserve.
Call us today at (877) 77-LABOR for a free consultation.