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Wrongful Termination in Woodland Hills

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Being terminated from your place of employment can come with undue stress, not only for you, but for your family as well. The pressures of not having a job ranges from emotional stresses to financial stresses and can leave you in an extremely vulnerable state. In some cases being terminated can be a result of unfair treatment and could use the help of an attorney that will fight for your rights as an employee.

At The Law Office of Gary Rodich, we understand that this is a stressful time and you could be the victim of wrongful termination. With over 30 years of experience fighting for our clients rights we have garnered a reputation of being committed, compassionate, and aggressive when approaching each case. Putting our clients’ interests above all else and getting then the best possible results in their case is our primary goal.

Give us a call today at (818) 403-3737 and review your cases details with our attorneys.

What Qualifies as Wrongful Termination?

Wrongful termination in California can be a result of different transgressions against the employee. If an employer terminates an employee against the specifications of a written contract, because of discrimination issues, due to retaliation, or is in violation of public policy then the employee in question has the right to receive damages due to being wrongfully terminated.

Types of wrongful termination:

  • Contract Claims – If an employee is guaranteed employment for a certain length of time and has not violated any working conditions, an employer may not terminate their employment as it would be in violation of the given contract.
  • Discrimination Claims – If an employer terminates an employee’s employment due to discrimination and is in violation of employment discrimination in California they have the right to sue for wrongful termination. Discrimination typically includes prejudice due to: sex, race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and national origin; among others.
  • Retaliation Claims – Any employer may not fire an employee for retaliation purposes. If an employee does something that the employer feels vengeful about, the employer has no right to terminate them if it does not violate the terms of the work space.
  • Violation of Public Policy – An employer has no right to fire an employee after the said employee refuses to violate public policy. This includes: illegal acts, or illegal workplace activities.
  • Other Reasons – There are also many other reasons why an employee may not be fired and these include situations such as sexual harassment and many others, if you have any further questions contact a Woodland Hills employment law attorney today.

Contact Us Today

California has some of the best laws in advocating for employee rights, if you feel you have been wrongfully terminated you may have a case and should contact an attorney immediately. Our employment law attorneys are here to guide you through the entire legal process and fight for your rights as an employee.

Contact our Woodland Hills employment law firm today.