Wrongful Termination Lawyer

If you’ve been wrongfully terminated from your job, call us today for a free and confidential case consultation to discuss your matter.

California law considers most employees to be at-will, which means that an employer can terminate employment at any time, without cause, or prior notice. However, an employer cannot terminate employment for illegal reasons such as discrimination or retaliation.

Have you been wrongfully terminated from your job? Call (844) 444-9965 to reach the California wrongful termination attorneys at Culver Law Firm today for a free consultation.

It is illegal to discriminate based on:

  • Race
  • Religion
  • Color
  • National origin
  • Gender
  • Disability
  • Citizenship status
  • Marital status
  • Medical condition
  • Political beliefs
  • Military or veteran status
  • Victims of certain crimes

Retaliation Wrongful Termination

Employers may not retaliate for the following:

  • Filing a complaint of discrimination or harassment
  • Filing a workers’ compensation claim
  • Requesting time off for family and medical leave or to serve on a jury
  • “Whistle-blowing”-complaining about an illegal activity at work

Retaliation can include the following actions committed by the employer in response to an employee’s protected activity:

  • Termination from employment
  • Increased workload
  • Assigned less desirable shifts
  • Denied benefits and perks given to other employees
  • Demotion to a lower a position
  • Negative performance evaluations
  • Disciplinary actions such as write-ups, suspension, or being placed on a Performance Improvement Plan
  • Termination

Compensation for Retaliation

As a victim of work-place retaliation, you may be entitled to the following damages:

  • Damages for emotional distress
  • Backpay for lost wages due to termination of employment or demotion to a lower position
  • Punitive damages meant to prevent future misconduct by the employer
  • Attorney’s fees in bringing the retaliation claim

Contact Culver Law Firm to Schedule a Free Consultation

At Culver Law Firm, we offer contingency fee agreements. This means that you do not pay any attorney fees until the case is settled. We will work on your behalf to obtain the best possible settlement or verdict; our fees will be covered in the final settlement. There are no up-front fees for our representation. You only pay attorney fees if we recover money for your injuries. If we fail to settle your case or receive a favorable verdict, you pay not attorney fees.

If you feel you were wrongfully terminated from your job, contact Culver Law Firm for a free consultation. Our consultations are always confidential; you can trust us to represent your interests fairly. We help you get back on the road to recovery.

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