Have you been terminated or fired and believe the termination was wrongful? If the answer is “yes,” then you should contact an attorney immediately.
California courts have held that an employer’s general right to terminate an “at-will” employee is subject to limits imposed by public policy. Under California law, a wrongful discharge case usually falls under one of the following categories:
- Violation of employment contract
- Discrimination cases
- Hostile work environment
- Whistleblower/Public policy cases
People rarely believe they are rightfully terminated, and unfair treatment does not necessarily equate into unlawful treatment, or a claim. That is why it is critical that you consult an attorney as soon as possible if you think you have an employment law claim.
If you believe that you have been a victim of wrongful discharge, contact The Rizzo Law Firm for help. Call today for a free initial consultation and an honest and accurate case assessment.
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