Typically employment in California is “at will.” What that means is that, unless your employer made a specific promise about the length of your employment in an employment contract, the employer can fire you or lay you off at any time with or without reason.
However, as knowledgeable employment lawyers with years of experience, our attorneys know there are numerous reasons for which your employer cannot fire you. If they do, you may have cause to file a wrongful termination lawsuit.
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The Firm offers practical and efficient legal representation. We simplify the complex, and hit the ground running, making things move. We are more than happy to meet you at your place for a free initial consultation. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business. We serve these counties: Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, San Diego, and Orange.
If your wrongful termination lawsuit is upheld by the court, you can…
▷ Get your job back (reinstatement)
▷ Receive back pay (money from the time you were fired until the date of the court decision)
▷ Receive front pay (money you could have received had you been able to return to work under better conditions)
▷ Compensatory damages for pain and suffering and emotional distress
▷ Punitive damages
▷ Promotion if you were unfairly denied promotion opportunities
▷ Reasonable accommodations if the court found that your employer failed to make reasonable accommodations
I wanted to thank you for all of your incredible support through this stressful process. I could not have done it without you. Thank you SO much for your confidence, honesty and diligence every step of the way. People like you restore my faith in the justice system. It is intimidating as hell to stand up to a multi-billion dollar corporation especially after disempowering discrimination and the challenging times I faced after my injury. Thank you for all of your support.
The attorneys at Callanan, Rogers & Dzida, LLP have years of experience in all aspects of employment law. We can help you if you believe you have been wrongfully terminated.