Wrongful Termination 2017-12-13T21:46:21+00:00

Wrongful Termination

California is a “right-to-work” state – which means that an employer can usually terminate an employee, at any time, without having to provide a particular reason. However, there are California laws to protect workers from certain “wrongful termination” situations like whistle blowing, retaliation, and discrimination. There is also protection for situations where the termination is a breach of contract. Thus, even in a “right-to-work” state, there are many situations that could constitute an unlawful termination of employment.

Labor Law Office, APC can evaluate your case and determine the best course of action, and we can represent you in state or federal courts to recover damages after suffering from a wrongful termination. Recoverable damages could include recovery of actual out-of-pocket expenses, lost wages, or penalties against the Employer. There may also be general damages that can be recovered, such as pain and suffering or punitive damages.

The attorneys at labor Law Office APC have been helping employees through out California for over 20 years. We have the experience necessary to help employees recover their damages they might be entitled to after suffering from an employment rights violation.