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Posted November 22, 2022

How to Prove & Fight a Wrongful Termination

To prove wrongful termination in California, an employee must show that the reasoning behind the choice of termination was false and that the termination was actually motivated by ulterior motives such as: discrimination, employer retaliation from lawful action taken by the employee, a breach of contract, or a violation of public policy. Under California and federal […]

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Posted November 21, 2022

Can You Sue Your Employer for Wrongful Termination?

Losing your job can have a major financial and emotional impact on your life. Fortunately, you may have legal recourse. Under certain circumstances, an employee may bring a wrongful termination lawsuit against an employer. When Can You Sue for Wrongful Termination in California? You can file a wrongful termination lawsuit if your employer fired or laid you […]

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Posted September 26, 2022

How to File a Wrongful Termination Lawsuit in California

In California, employees who are wrongfully terminated from their job may have grounds to file a lawsuit against their employer seeking compensation for damages. Wrongful termination occurs when an individual has been fired from their job for reasons that violate state or federal law, such as discrimination, harassment, or retaliation. This is a comprehensive guide […]

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California’s Statute of Limitations for Wrongful Termination

When you have been wrongful terminated in the state of California, you have a limited time in which to file a lawsuit against your employer. This is known as the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations for wrongful termination in California varies depending on the type of lawsuit that is being filed. What is the statute […]

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Posted September 7, 2022

What’s an average wrongful termination settlement in California?

A lot of people, despite being furious about being wrongfully terminated, want to know about the possible outcomes before proceeding to file a lawsuit against their employers. This is because they believe that if the compensation is not enough, the stress and legal expenses that a lawsuit brings along aren’t worth the hassle. We’ve compiled […]

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Posted September 5, 2022

Can I Be Let Go or Fired If I Had Surgery?

Many patients who undergo surgery can come out of it with more pain than when they went in. If you cannot return to work immediately after surgery, you may be wondering what will happen to your job. You may need to take some time off work to fully recover from the surgery. And, even when […]

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Posted April 20, 2020

Can My Work Legally Fire Me For Having Health Issues?

In many states, employers can fire employees at-will if they have frequent absences from work, and most employers have attendance requirements included in their employee handbook. If the attendance criteria is clearly indicated in the employee requirements, then you can be terminated for calling in sick and not showing up. There are situations in which […]

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Posted April 10, 2020

To Whom Do Anti-Discrimination Laws Apply?

Workplace discrimination is, unfortunately, very common. Employment discrimination takes many forms and can look different from case to case. Due to a number of reasons, including the lack of access to the necessary information, many employees who are subject to workplace discrimination simply take it – they allow themselves to be mistreated and do nothing […]

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The First Steps to Take After Being Wrongfully Terminated

Have you experienced poor treatment in your place of work? Were you suddenly terminated without a valid reason directly related to your work performance and/or your ability to perform your job? If so, you might have been wrongfully terminated. Depending on the details surrounding your termination, you may have grounds to take legal action against […]

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