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Wrongfully Terminated? We Can Help.
Were you fired without justification? The legal answer to that question can be complicated. While California employers can fire at-will employees without any notice or reason, they don’t have the legal right to fire an at-will employee for an unlawful reason.
At Rosen Marsili Rapp LLP, our dedicated labor and employment law attorneys can help you determine whether your firing was wrongful under the law — and if it was, we can help you get full and fair compensation for your injuries. Founded in 1985, our firm has the desire and know-how to help you navigate through these troubled times.
Was My Termination Wrongful?
Not all employment terminations are wrongful under the law, even though they may be unfair. If your employment is considered “at will,” you can legally be fired for many reasons. However, your firing may be considered wrongful termination if:
- You have a written employment contract
- You don’t have a written employment contract, but you are a long-term employee with an implied employment contract
- You were fired in retaliation for filing a complaint against your employer for sexual harassment, a wage and hour dispute, or another employer violation
- You were terminated because of age, disability, family or marital status, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation
- You were fired in retaliation for being a whistleblowerand reporting your employer for some illegal or unethical activity
As our client, we will listen to your concerns and your goals. Do you want your old job back? Do you want us to negotiate a separation agreement that is more beneficial to you? Do you want to pursue financial compensation from your former employer through a lawsuit? We will discuss your options, evaluate your chances of success and develop a plan for meeting your objectives.
Put Experience On Your Side
Our law firm represents individual employees who were terminated as well as groups of employees and union members who lost their jobs in company layoffs.
If you think you may have a case against your employer for wrongful termination, contact us online or call 213-389-6050 today. Our lawyers are dedicated to helping you achieve justice while resolving your wrongful termination case as quickly as possible.