Long Beach Wrongful Termination Attorney

Long Beach Wrongful Termination Attorney

If you feel your employer has terminated your employment illegally and in violation of your rights, contact JML Law today in Long Beach for a free case evaluation. Let our wrongful termination attorneys guide you through the legalities of filing a wrongful termination claim. Your worker’s rights should never be trampled on or discarded. Our attorneys at JML Law have extensive knowledge of all areas of employment law and can assemble strong legal suits for our clients who are victims of wrongful termination. Let us litigate on your behalf, hold liable parties accountable, and pursue compensation for damages owed to you by law. Contact our offices today in Long Beach at 818-610-8800 or click here to request a free evaluation.

Wrongful Termination

Wrongful termination occurs when an employer illegally terminates an employee. Examples of illegal termination could include when an employer discriminately fires an employee, breaches the employment contract with their employee, or terminates employment in retaliation for the employee exercising his or her given rights. An employer does not need a reason to terminate employment in California, however, they can not illegally end your employment. If your employer has dismissed your employment based on your race, religion, gender, disability, medical condition, age, or request for family medical leave, consult with legal representation immediately. Call JML Law at 818-610-8800 to speak with a wrongful termination attorney.

What You Should Know

There are federal and state laws governing wrongful termination. California’s wrongful termination laws, applicable in Long Beach, protect employees’ rights to work without bias, discrimination, and/or unlawful termination from their employer. The average wrongful termination settlement is $40,000. Each case is unique and has several varying factors to determine the amount set for damages. Having legal representation ensures you get the maximum settlement possible. There are several factors that determine what possible damages are owed when a case is settled. Possible damages owed could be:

  1. Lost wages from unemployment
  2. Lost benefits
  3. Reimbursement for health insurance
  4. Moving expenses, if you had to move to find employment
  5. The cost of finding new employment
  6. Attorney fees and court costs
  7. Emotional trauma
  8. Punitive damages (a fine set that the employer must pay as punishment)

As a worker, you should never have to fear illegal termination based on bigotry, prejudice, or retaliation from your employer. The majority of wrongful termination cases are settled out of court, however, sometimes the employer will decide to fight the claim and the case will be taken to court. In either case, you will need real litigators who know the ins and outs of wrongful termination suits and are experts on legal proceedings. Contact JML Law today at 818-610-8800, let our wrongful termination attorneys represent you, and validate your allegations. The attorneys at JML Law are proficient litigators who will ensure you get a fair and just settlement or take them to court. We represent our clients on a contingency basis. If we are unsuccessful at achieving a reasonable outcome, you owe nothing in attorney fees.

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Every case is unique and needs to be evaluated by our experienced lawyers. If you feel like you are wrongfully terminated,

give us a call at 818-610-8800 or send us an email to schedule a free initial consultation. There is no risk to meet with us. We get paid only if we win your claim.
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