Are You Entitled to File a Wrongful Termination against Your Employer?

Are You Entitled to File a Wrongful Termination against Your Employer?

When you lose a job, your life can go south. Providing for your family becomes difficult, and you struggle to pay the bills. Your everyday routine changes and you may end up getting depressed and without any motivation to move on.

Discrimination at Workplace

The most common type of wrongful termination is due to discrimination in the workplace. Employees usually don’t realize the rights they have, and simply move on looking for another job. This is what encourages the employers across the country to “do as they please”.

But what if you were actually discriminated in the workplace, without you even realizing it? The most common types of discrimination are the following:

  • Age
  • Religion
  • Ethnicity
  • Race
  • Marital status
  • Sex
  • Physical features
  • Career status
  • Disability
  • Gender identity

Personal association with someone who has any of the above-listed characteristics
If you feel discriminated by your employer, speak with experienced and kind Wrongful Termination Attorneys in Los Angeles immediately. Give them a call, and if asked to schedule a free consultation, don’t miss your chance. You have a certain amount of time to act and file a claim. Miss the deadline and your case will be forever gone.

Sexual harassment

Another common type of workplace mistreatment is sexual abusement and mistreatment. Even saying a bad sex-related job may be considered a sexual harassment, as long as it puts you in a bad spot. What you can do when this happens is talk to your superiors, let them know that you are being sexually harassed and ask for their help. If they refuse to help you, speak with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and seek their help.

However, what if your employer is the one harassing you? In that case, you have to talk with someone above his position. If there is no one that you can ask for help, or you ended up being fired for reporting your employer’s activities, speak with Los Angeles Wrongful Termination Attorneys today and learn how you can file a claim.

A Victim of Retaliation

There are hundreds of victims of retaliation at work every month in California. Most of them are not even aware of their rights, but those who are, they choose to seek compensation for being mistreated.

Retaliation happens when you do something against your employer or your workplace, whether it is reporting work conditions or an activity performed by an employee or your employer. If your employer took it against you and fired you for any of those reasons, you have every right to file a wrongful termination claim and get compensated for losing your job.

Don’t be afraid to speak up. Our attorneys will help you overcome this obstacle, and help you get your life back. Call us today, and let’s start working on your claim as soon as possible.

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