San Diego Wrongful Termination Attorney

Being terminated from work will put stress on any family, especially when done without reason. Let us handle your wrongful termination case in San Diego.

Wrongful Termination In San Diego

When you are fired from a job, it never feels good. However, if you were wrongfully terminated, you may be able to seek compensation. Although California is an "at-will" employment state, meaning that either party can decide to terminate the employment relationship, the existence of a contractual obligation or public policy exception to the contrary could mean that you were wrongfully terminated.

If you have been wrongfully terminated, you need to get legal assistance as soon as possible. At Walker Law, our wrongful termination attorneys can help you obtain the compensation that you deserve. If you live in the San Diego area, call Walker Law to obtain legal representation in order to pursue your claim.

How We Approach Wrongful Termination Claims In San Diego

Wrongful termination occurs when an employee has been fired illegally. It typically occurs as a result of two different factors: discrimination or retaliation. It may involve a violation of the law or a contractual breach. It is illegal to fire an employee based on his or her age, race, ethnic background, disability, arrest history, political stance, or marital status. In addition to protecting against discrimination, federal and state laws also prohibit employers from taking retaliatory actions against employers who complain about instances of workplace harassment, discrimination, or violations of labor laws.

If you have experienced wrongful termination, get legal assistance immediately. Our attorneys will advise you on how to pursue compensation for your job loss and help you to determine your status with regard to pursuing compensation for your termination.

San Diego Wrongful Termination Claims We Handle

We provide a free consultation to evaluate your case and we can help with all types of wrongful termination claims in the San Diego area, including:
  • You were fired from your job because of discrimination.
  • Your employer fired you for requesting unpaid leave you are entitled to under the Family and Medical Leave Act.
  • An employer retaliated against you by firing you because you refused to submit to unwanted sexual attention or advances.
  • An employer fired you for raising concerns with the employer or your co-workers about wages, work conditions, or other violations of workplace law.
  • You were fired while being bound by an employment contract with the employer who agreed that you couldn’t be fired without reasonable cause or for a specific time period.
If you were wrongfully terminated, you should speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. We will point you in the right direction, providing you with the advice and support that you need to obtain compensation from your employer. If you need assistance with any wrongful termination case in the San Diego area, do not hesitate to contact us.

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