Wrongful Termination Lawyers in California
True Legal Group is a wrongful termination law firm stationed throughout California and with its main headquarters located in Los Angeles, California. Our employment law firm represents terminated employees in lawsuits against their former place of work. Our wrongful termination attorneys offer a free legal consultation to potential clients and are available 7 days a week. All our wrongful termination cases are contingency fee only which means we do not get paid unless we successfully recover monetary damages for your case.
Employment Attorney for Wrongfully Terminated Employees
In California, wrongful termination law has a specific meaning. It does not mean that any termination was wrong, or unfair. The law was put in place for wrongful termination which violated specific public policies contained in California statutes, regulations or constitutional provisions.
Types of Wrongful Termination in California
In California it is unlawful for a California employer to fire an employee due to the following reasons:
- Taking of a medical leave
- Requesting a reasonable accommodation for a disability,
- National origin
- Sexual orientation
- Age (above 40)
- Marital status
- Retaliation from a whistleblower claim by complaining about or otherwise opposing certain specified unlawful, fraudulent or unethical conduct
Terminated Wrongfully? Contact True Legal Employment Law Group
At True Legal Employment Law Group our wrongful termination lawyers have also successfully litigated cases involving different forms of wrongful termination in the workplace for California. If you’re a employee or a loved one has fallen victim to wrongful termination in the workplace our attorneys are available 7 days a week and offer a free initial consultation to hear your case. Wrongful termination law is complex. Therefore when looking for a attorney it’s important to hire a attorney who specializes in wrongful termination law for employees in the state of California.
In presenting the basis for your case in the area of wrongful termination law to a knowledgeable wrongful termination attorney, an employee fired for the wrong reasons may show their firing was unlawful in many different ways.
How Do We Prove Wrongful Termination?
Our wrongful termination lawyers look for data revolving around statistical evidence, comparative evidence, or direct evidence.
- Direct evidence: This can be described as discriminatory comments made by a manager or your employer and is often the most persuasive for a wrongful termination case.
- Statistical evidence: To demonstrate wrongful termination based on statistical evidence your employer systematically discriminates against a particular protected category of people whether its race, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation and more.
- Comparative evidence: Shows different rules and standards were applied for persons of a protected category group.
Under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), it is unlawful for an employer or manager to demote, suspend, wrongfully terminate or harass any of its employees because their employee has lawfully engaged in protected activities. Retaliation by the employer is prohibited whether the employee is opposing harassment or discrimination directed against them or another employee.
It is also unlawful for a California employer to retaliate against an employee for refusing to violate any law, for reporting the employer for violating any law, or for protesting conduct by the employer that is the subject of any state or federal statute, regulation, or constitutional provision. See also True Legal’s Whistleblowing Retaliation.
If you believe you’ve been wrongfully terminated anywhere in California, call True Legal Group today for a free consultation.
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