If you have been terminated by your former employer, call our office today for a free case evaluation. At the Law Office of Cyrus Mor, our Garden Grove, California wrongful termination attorney has extensive experience representing those who are unlawfully terminated by their most former employers.
You might not be sure if you have a good case against your employer as wrongful termination can be difficult to understand if you don’t have any legal training. Most employees don’t realize that they are considered at-will employees. This means that your employer can lawfully terminate you at any time and for any reason, without necessarily telling you what that reason is.
The at-will concept is tough for a lot of terminated employees to grasp. If you didn’t sign an employment contract when you began your job, you will likely fall in this category. You should review the documents you were asked to sign when you began your employment. You will likely notice an at-will waiver, which is a document that identifies the fact that you are an at-will employee.
Wrongful termination occurs when an employee is discharged in violation of an employment law or public policy consideration. Employers will generally try to avoid violating employment laws for the fear of potential liability in the event of a breach. In other words, they will do everything in their power to avoid litigation as it can be costly for companies to defend cases. As such, it is absolutely crucial to keep track of any communication exchanged between you and your former employer. More specially, any complaints made to your HR should be done in writing so you can have records of their occurrence.
Our wrongful termination lawyer in Garden Grove can help you win your case. We don’t charge any of our termination client’s legal fees until we win your case. If we don’t win your case, we don’t charge you any fees whatsoever. We will take on all the risk associated with your case, which is why it is crucial for us to speak with you extensively about the facts of your employment relationship prior to taking you on as a new client.
We pride ourselves on the ability to retain clients with good facts that are supported by the law. It is important for our firm to make sure our client’s cases have merit. If you’re looking for a firm who retains every client, we are unfortunately not the right fit for you. Contrary to what one might think, wrongful termination is actually quite rare and does not occur regularly. It requires a mistake or omission on the part of an employer in terms of a violation of the law, to trigger good facts for a former employee.
The easiest way to go about the process is to contact our termination attorney to receive helpful feedback about your case. We will sift through the facts of your case and speak with you about your employment history. In the event that we feel your facts are appropriate and the law has been breached, we will offer you the opportunity to retain our firm to advocate on your behalf.
Contact our firm today at (800) 683-5404 to learn more about wrongful termination and how our firm can assist you with your potential case.