Being fired from a job is an upsetting experience. However, if you’ve done nothing worthy of being let go, it can be incredibly frustrating. Although most employment is considered “at will,” there are certain situations where it is illegal for an employer to fire an employee, such as in cases where there is a clear contract defining the employment. Even if you don’t have a written contract, you may have an “implied” one. Additionally, when a firing occurs due to discrimination or retaliation, this is also illegal.
Yes, You Need an Attorney in Fresno for Wrongful Termination
If you believe you may have been wrongfully terminated, don’t hesitate to reach out to an experienced attorney. These types of cases can be complicated because there is typically a lack of clear evidence that a termination was wrongful, however, with the assistance of a seasoned lawyer, you can create a solid case.
At the offices of Fresno Personal Injury Lawyer Carl L. Brown, we have worked with numerous employees who were wrongfully terminated and can advise you of your rights as an employee and what your legal options are for recourse.
Contact us today for a consultation at (559) 431-4400 or stop by our office at:
2109 W Bullard Ave Ste 121
Fresno, CA 93711