The Law Office of Cyrus Mor represents employees in need of an Orange County wrongful termination attorney. Our firm provides legal services to those who have been unjustly terminated by their employers.
If you have already been terminated or discharged by your former employer, you should contact our firm today for a free case evaluation at (949) 783-4148.
Generally speaking, a termination or discharge is wrongful or unlawful if it is in violation of state and/or federal laws. Most employees are considered at-will employees, which means that in the absence of an employment contract, the employee can be discharged at any time. However, if the termination of the at-will employee violates any laws, the employee may be entitled to compensation and relief.
If your rights have been violated, our wrongful termination attorney at the Law Office of Cyrus Mor in Orange County can help you get the compensation you deserve. If you aren’t sure about whether or not you have a good case, simply call our firm and ask us questions.
The Law Office of Cyrus Mor has extensive experience representing employees who have been terminated by their employers. Being fired is never a comfortable situation and people often are not sure whether their facts are sufficient to establish a cause of action for wrongful termination. Unfortunately, there is no easy answer for this complex employment law issue. Each case is fact specific and the strengths and weaknesses are each cause will depend on the actions and communication which occurred between the employer and employee during the course of the employment relationship.
During your initial consultation with our firm, our Orange County wrongful termination lawyer will carefully analyze the facts or your case and provide you with honest and helpful feedback about your case. In the event that we do decide to take your case, each wrongful termination case is taken on a contingency basis which means that we don’t charge you any legal fees until we win your case.
Wrongful Termination Hypothetical
The following is an example of a factual scenario which might lead to the termination being deemed wrongful or unlawful:
In the above scenario, the employee’s termination would likely be deemed unlawful because employer has taken retaliatory action against the employee for filing the complaint. Under California law, employees have the right to receive proper compensation for the hours they work. Thus, the law protects the employee for filing a good faith complaint against the employer or for testifying against the employer in a legal proceeding.
At the Law Office of Cyrus Mor, our wrongful termination lawyer in Orange County, California can help you achieve the result you are entitled to under the law. You should also keep in mind that there are certain time restrictions associated with filing complaints for unlawful termination, so don’t make the mistake of waiting too long to contact an employment lawyer.