In California, employers can generally hire and fire employees at will, but there are certain exceptions that constitute a wrongful termination. If you have been fired from your job and you feel your employer may have violated the law in terminating your employment, it is important to talk to a knowledgeable employment lawyer as soon as possible.
At Kristensen Weisberg, LLP, in Los Angeles, we can help you understand California and federal employment laws and how they apply to your situation. As accomplished employment law attorneys, we can serve as the strong advocate you need in this employment dispute.
Employers cannot lawfully terminate employees because of their race, religion, gender, age, disability or other protected characteristic.
It is also unlawful to fire an employee because he or she blew the whistle on illegal workplace practices.
Many employees think they have a wrongful termination claim when, in fact, they were fired for legal reasons. If you think you may have been fired for unlawful reasons, a knowledgeable employment law attorney can help you explore your legal options.
If you have been fired without cause in California, our lawyers are here to help you pursue reinstatement, lost wages and other damages, depending on the nature of your claim. Call us today at 310-984-1297 or contact us online to arrange your free and confidential consultation with a skilled employment law attorney.