Rawa Law Group is an employment law firm representing employees throughout Southern California. We represent DETRIMENTALLY, FINANCIALLY INJURED EMPLOYEES. If you are a current, former or recently terminated employee we can help.
Employees are often fired or let go from a job for many different reasons. Some terminations violate certain labor laws that exist to protect employees. These situations of âwrongful terminationâ are unfair and legally prohibited. Employers can be held accountable if they wrongfully terminate an employee.
In incidents where unfair and unjust treatment has occurred in the workplace, it is important for individuals to know that they can seek help from qualified and experienced employment law attorneys in obtaining justice and compensation for work related issues that they may be the victims of. At Rawa Law Group we represent employees from Los Angeles and throughout Southern California in protecting their rights under federal and state employment law.
When to File a Claim for Wrongful Termination:
There are several different types of situations that may warrant a claim of wrongful discharge from an employee. It is important for employees to know what these possible scenarios are so that in the event that they experience one, they will know that they can pursue litigation against their employer for damages. An employment law attorney can assist in those times to ensure that your rights are protected. Situations when an employee should file a claim for wrongful termination include:
If the employee is fired before his contract term is up and the contract is violated
When the employer fires an employee to get back at him for filing a claim against the employer, either for violating workplace safety laws or some other type of law, and it is within the employeeâs right to do so.
If the employer asks the employee to do something illegal and unsafe and the employee is fired for refusing to do it.
When an employer fires or lays off an employee and violates federal, state or local anti-discrimination laws by doing so. The employer might wrongfully breach the terms and conditions of employment due to race, color, nationality, sex, religion, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation and age.
If the employer violates their own termination policies that are written in the handbook
When the employer fires an employee for taking time off that he or she is legally entitled to, such as military service or voting
When the employee is fired for being a member of a protected class or group
If you have been fired or laid off recently by your employer and think that they were unlawful when they terminated your employment, then you may be entitled to file a claim against them. An employment law attorney can assist you with your claim. The employment law attorneys at Rawa Law Group have extensive experience handling wrongful termination cases and will work to ensure that your rights are protected under the law. Contact us for a confidential evaluation of your case today.
Job discrimination occurs when an employee or someone seeking a job receives unfair treatment because of his or her gender, race, skin color, national origin, disability, religion or age. Employment laws prohibit discrimination in any part of employment including during the hiring process. Unfortunately, employees are still discriminated against in the workplace every day.
If you are employee and have been the victim of discrimination, you may want to seek legal advice for your case. In California, the team of attorneys at the Rawa Law Group has experience representing employees who have been victims of discrimination and have achieved consistent positive outcomes for them.
Our Experienced Job Discrimination Attorneys Can Help You File a Complaint
If you believe that you have been discriminated against at work by your employer, supervisor or other employees then seek help from qualified employment law attorneys who can help. Our employment discrimination attorneys at the Rawa Law Group are dedicated to protecting the working rights of employees in California.
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