California is an “at-will” employment state, which means employers may fire an employee for any reason with or without reason and with or without cause. While this is true in most cases, there are situations where at-will employees may have claims for compensation against employers after being terminated.
If you feel that you’ve been wrongfully terminated, you should consult with an attorney at The Law Offices of Laura J. Farris immediately to determine your rights and any applicable deadlines to file your claim. It is important to consult with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible in order to gain a comprehensive understanding of your legal, employment and financial situations.
Our law firm is dedicated exclusively to representing the rights of employees only, and Ms. Farris has been working on behalf of employees since 1993. Ms. Farris and the rest of her team have an in-depth understanding of California’s labor laws, and she will work hard to make sure that your rights are being protected throughout your case. We have helped many employees with their wrongful termination claims, including cases involving:
Your employer is not going to tell you when your rights have been violated. If you feel that you have been discharged unlawfully by your employer, it is up to you to take action. Only an experienced attorney can tell you whether or not you have a case.
We will analyze your situation and determine the best steps that we can take to ensure that your claims receive a fair review. We will work on your behalf with your employer to find a resolution of your case, but know that we are ready and willing to litigate if it proves to be necessary.
We are focused on serving the needs of our clients at every stage of their claim. You can rely on us not only for highly effective employment law representation, but also as reliable counsel who will keep you informed and involved. You will have a team who understands how to get results working for you.
Contact our Carlsbad office today to schedule a free and confidential consultation to discuss your wrongful termination case. Call us at 760-729-0152.