Losing a job is hard, but when you lose that job because you were wrongfully terminated, the situation becomes even harder. There are many different situations that would fall under wrongful termination; however, these cases are often difficult to prove.
We know that you might be struggling right now. You were counting on your income to make ends meet and the company thanked you for your dedication by telling you to kick rocks.
There are a few points that we can look into if you think you were wrongfully terminated. One of these is trying to find out what caused the termination. For example, if you complained about a superior making sexual advances toward you and were terminated after that complaint, you might have a case for wrongful termination.
We know that you have some specific concerns about your case. We can work to get those answered for you so that you can come up with a specific plan to address the issue. We will fight on your behalf for a resolution to your case that you find acceptable.
In these cases, your employment record, such as job evaluations, can come into the picture. If you had all positive job evaluations and then were let go because the company claims you weren’t doing your job, we might be able to use that information in your claim.
If you are facing a wrongful termination, make sure that you learn about your rights and options quickly. You may have more options to deal with the situation than what you expected, but some of them are time sensitive so take action right away.