Wrongful Termination

Fired For The Wrong Reasons

During Wrongful Termination Verify Your References

When wrongful termination is established, an employee then has the right to sue his/her former employer for damages. This includes the loss of wage and “fringe” benefits, and, if against “public policy,” additionally, for punitive damages. To bring a wrongful termination suit the discharge of the employee must have been without “good cause”. The employee must have had an express contract of continued employment or there must have been an “implied” contract based on the circumstances of his/her hiring or legitimate reasons to believe the employment would be permanent. Also there may be a violation of statutory prohibitions against discrimination due to race, gender, sexual preference or age, or the discharge was contrary to “public policy” such as in retribution for exposing dishonest acts of the employer. An employee who believes he/she is the victim of a wrongful termination may bring an action for damages, as well as for breach of contract.

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Bad Boss

A bad boss can mean a bad reference.  Will you trust your last boss to give you a good reference? 

Wrongful Termination - Discrimination


Unfortunately, discrimination affects many in today’s work force. Discrimination comes in many forms from age, disability, racial, sexual orientation, pregnancy, reverse, gender, or national origin discrimination.

Wrongful Termination - Age Discrimination

Age Discrimination

Age discrimination as defined by the age discrimination in Employment Act relates to individuals 40 years of age or older who have been discriminated against based on their age.

Wrongful Termination - Age Discrimination

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is unlawful under both state and federal laws. Simply stated, sexual harassment is an abuse of the employer’s power.

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If your client is the victim of a wrongful termination, our professional and discreet staff can contact your former employer and inquire as to why an individual was terminated.  The former employer will not be aware that you are utilizing our service.  Our highly trained staff will contact the employer just as any other prospective employer would.  We know the specific types of questions that can elicit the information necessary to pursue a wrongful termination claim. 

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