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Wrongful Termination: Not All Job Loss Is Legitimate

California labor laws prohibit employers from terminating your employment as a means of retaliation. If your employer failed to fulfill your employment contract, did not follow proper termination procedures or violated your rights during the termination process, you may be entitled to compensation for lost earnings and damages. With more than four decades of experience, Law Offices of Gary R. Carlin, APC is one of Southern California’s leading employee rights law firms. Our lawyers are experienced negotiators and litigators who will vigorously advocate for employees who have been wrongfully discharged from their jobs.

Fight for your employee rights. Contact us today at 562-606-0382 or toll free at 866-915-3589 for a free, confidential initial consultation.

Twenty-One Reasons That Do Not Justify Termination

Your employer cannot fire you solely or primarily for the following actions and qualities:

  1. Complaining about unsafe or unhealthy working conditions
  2. Complaining about illegal workplace activity
  3. Missing work because of jury duty or to be a witness in a legal proceeding
  4. Refusing to take a polygraph test
  5. Complaining about not receiving overtime pay
  6. Engaging in lawful political activities
  7. Discussing your earnings or salary with other employees
  8. Disclosing negative information about the employer’s working conditions
  9. Joining a union
  10. Engaging in lawful, off-duty activities
  11. Being disabled
  12. Your race or national origin
  13. Your gender or sexual orientation
  14. Your age (if you are over age 40)
  15. Reporting workplace sexual harassment
  16. Reporting workplace discrimination
  17. Refusing to engage in illegal conduct
  18. Testifying against the company before the Labor Board or Department of Fair Employment and Housing
  19. Caring for a family member suffering from a serious health condition
  20. Requesting or taking pregnancy or maternity leave
  21. Filing a workplace injury claim

If any of the above applies to your situation, you may be entitled to lost earnings and damages. Our employment law attorneys will protect your rights and help you fight back against wrongful termination.

Seek Justice If Your Employer Wrongfully Fired You

Our law firm offers a free initial consultation. Contact our experienced Long Beach wrongful termination attorneys by calling 562-606-0382 or toll free at 866-915-3589. You can also submit a message using our online form. At Law Offices of Gary R. Carlin, APC, we handle cases on a contingency fee basis – so you will not pay any legal fees unless you win. Hablamos español | Chúng tôi nói tiếng Việt