California is an at-will employment state. This means that an employer can terminate an employee for any reason (or no reason) so long as it is not explicitly prohibited by law. If you were terminated from your job, the termination may be “wrongful” if you can demonstrate that the substantial motivating reason for the termination was illegal. At Mancini and Associates, our attorneys are well-versed in the protections afforded to workers by California as well as the Federal laws and can provide you with proper guidance with regard to your potential case.
There are numerous state and federal laws that preserve and protect the rights of employees in California. Between protected classes and unethical actions of employers, there are many situations in which one might behave a viable claim for wrongful termination, including, but not limited to:
If you believe that you were terminated unjustly, you should take immediate steps toward finding out and protecting your rights. Some of these include:
Losing a job can have a devastating impact on a person and their family. It is, therefore, important to know your rights and take action if you were subject to wrongful termination.
At Mancini & Associates, our experienced attorneys are here to guide you through this difficult time and to help try and obtain justice for the employer’s wrongful conduct Please call 818-783-5757 for a free consultation or click here to reach out to one of our skilled California wrongful termination attorneys.