San Diego Wrongful Termination Attorneys
The Truth About Wrongful Termination
When people get fired from work, they rarely agree with their employer’s decision or reasons for letting them go. The unfortunate truth about wrongful termination is that simply feeling as if your employer treated you unfairly – even if they actually did – is not always enough for a wrongful termination claim to succeed.
Under California law, a wrongful termination usually falls into one of these categories:
- Violation of employment contract
- Discrimination cases
- Whistleblower/public policy cases
Wrongful discharge cases take many different forms: A hostile work environment is one in which there is discrimination or unfair treatment against a class of employees based upon their race, age, gender, religion or national origin. At Haeggquist & Eck, LLP, we can help you discern if you have sufficient grounds to file a wrongful termination claim.
Contact Haeggquist & Eck, LLP today to schedule a free case evaluation with a wrongful termination lawyer in San Diego who can help you understand your rights and options. Call us today for assistance at (619) 468-5222.
Workplace retaliation can happen in many circumstances, but a whistleblower may be particularly vulnerable for bringing attention to an employer’s illegal practices. Sometimes whistleblowers may have been asked by employers to do an illegal act themselves, and in such cases a wrongful termination attorney in San Diego can help you recover damages from a successful lawsuit.
Victims of retaliatory firings are often those who make sexual harassment claims or call attention toward discrimination – if it can be proven that the basis for a firing rests on grounds such as those, a wrongful termination lawsuit has a greater chance of succeeding.
If you believe you were improperly removed from employment, contact a wrongful termination attorney in San Diego from Haeggquist & Eck, LLP today for help. Call us at (619) 468-5222 when you feel you need legal representation.
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