In the State of California, most employment relationships are considered at-will. As such, employers are entitled to terminate employment at any time, unless a situation arises wherein termination could be deemed retaliatory.
Employment Lawyer Terry Davis has been successfully representing plaintiff employees in wrongful termination cases for over 30 years. Mr. Davis’s primary concern is to make sure that your rights as an employee are not being violated, and to obtain compensation for you if they have been!
Wrongful termination may include firing or laying off an employee as a result of the following:
- Asserting a legal right, including filing a workers compensation claim, reporting OSHA violations, filing a discrimination or sexual harassment complaint
- Filing a complaint about unlawful policies or procedures, including wage and overtime violations, as well as rest and meal break violations
- Filing an ADA complaint
- Refusing to engage in illegal activity
- Requesting Family Leave or Medical Leave
- Taking Family Leave or Medical Leave
If an employee is terminated as a result of filing a complaint against their employer, testifying in legal proceedings, filing a workers’ compensation claim, or reporting the employer to the government for any legally prohibited actions or safety violations, under California Law the employer may be held liable for wrongful termination and be forced to pay you monetary damages.
If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated, it is crucial that you hire a skilled, knowledgeable and aggressive Employment Law Attorney. Since most employment relationships in the State of California are deemed “at will,” wrongful termination cases can become extremely complex. You want an experienced attorney with a proven track record fighting for you!
Contact Tustin Employment Attorney Terry K. Davis. Failure to act in a timely manner could result in the loss of your legal rights!