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Kaiser Permanente Wrongful Termination

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Kaiser Permanente is one of the largest healthcare organizations in the United States. The company employs over 304,220 people in a variety of roles, from doctors and nurses to administrative staff.

Unfortunately, not all employees have a positive experience working for Kaiser Permanente.

Kaiser Permanente has been known to wrongfully terminate employees. If you have been wrongfully terminated by Kaiser Permanente, you may be wondering what your options are.

If you were fired by Kaiser Permanente, you may have grounds for a wrongful termination lawsuit. Filing a successful wrongful termination lawsuit against Kaiser Permanente can be difficult, but it may be possible to recover damages if you have been wrongfully terminated.

If you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated by Kaiser Permanente, you should contact an experienced employment lawyer to discuss your case. An experienced lawyer can help you understand your rights and options under the law.

Wrongful Termination

The majority of people working in the United States are employed “at will.” An “at will” employment implies that either the employer or employee may terminate the relationship at any time, for any reason or no cause at all.

Simply put, an employer such as Kaiser Permanente does not need to have a good reason to fire an employee, as long as the termination is not illegal. When an illegal firing does occur, under state and federal law, the termination is considered wrongful and the employee can pursue legal action.

A termination can be considered “wrongful” when there has been discrimination, a breach of contract(s), or employer retaliation against the employee. In addition, any form of workplace harassment by either an employer or coworker is also considered illegal and can be good evidence of wrongful termination.

It’s considered illegal to discriminate against a person based on their gender, race, age religion, sexual orientation, or other characteristics.

Note: Every situation is different. If you have been wrongfully terminated, you should speak with an experienced employment lawyer in your state to discuss the specifics of your case and what legal options may be available to you.

When it comes to wrongful termination, Kaiser Permenente is held to the same standards as any other company. As an employee, you have certain rights, and if those rights have been violated you may be able to take legal action against your former employer.

If you have been wrongfully terminated by Kaiser Permanente, you should contact an experienced employment lawyer to discuss your case. An experienced lawyer can help you understand your rights and options under the law.

Kaiser Permanente may try to argue that your firing was legal due to a valid business reason. However, if you can prove that your firing was actually motivated by discrimination or retaliation, you may have a successful wrongful termination claim.

Related Read: How to File a Wrongful Termination Lawsuit in California

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Suing Kaiser Permanente for Wrongful Termination

If you feel that you were wrongfully terminated by Kaiser Permanente, you have the right to sue them. However, you must be able to prove that the firing was illegal. Proving your employer’s intent can be difficult, but evidence usually supports such claims.

Oftentimes, whether an employee’s wrongful termination claim is successful depends on if they can prove (with evidence) their firing was due to discrimination or retaliation. Evidence can include text messages, emails, or even video footage.

In addition, performance reviews, proof of official complaints filed with human resources, testimonies from witnesses and coworkers who are on your side, and any sort of documentation that you feel may be helpful to your case, should all be gathered and shared with your lawyer.

Knowing what evidence to look for and how to present it in court is critical to the success of your case. This is why it’s important to have an experienced employment lawyer by your side.

An employment lawyer will know how to investigate your claim, what evidence to look for, and how to build a strong case against your former employer.

Kaiser Permanente Wrongful Termination Settlements

A wrongful termination settlement is an agreement between an employee and employer to avoid going to court. The employer agrees to pay the employee a certain amount of money, and in return, the employee agrees to not sue the employer or speak publicly about the wrongful termination.

Settlements are often confidential, meaning that neither party can discuss the terms of the agreement with anyone else. Many wrongful termination claims are settled before they even go to court.

A wrongful termination settlement can help you recover a variety of damages, including:

  • Wages lost during the time between termination and settlement or finding new employment;
  • Loss of benefits, such as health insurance, stock options, and other previously offered perks;
  • Out-of-pocket expenses related to the wrongful termination, such as job search costs;
  • The differences between wages/income comparing the employee’s previous and current employment;
  • Emotional distress damages.

In addition, some wrongful termination settlements include additional compensation in the form of punitive damages. Punitive damages are not meant to compensate the employee, but rather to punish the employer for their illegal actions.

Punitive damages are usually only awarded in cases where the employer’s actions were particularly egregious or if there is a history of such behavior. You’re more likely to be compensated for punitive damages if it’s probable the case will go to trial.

There are many factors that could affect the value of your wrongful termination settlement. An experienced employment lawyer will be able to tell you what your claim is worth and help you get the maximum compensation possible.

Kaiser Permanente Wrongful Termination Lawyers

You have rights as an employee. If you believe that Kaiser Permanente wrongfully terminated you, you have the right to pursue a claim against them.

The employment attorneys at Eldessouky Law have a history of success in cases like yours. We will review the details of your case and help you build a strong claim against your former employer.

You shouldn’t have to suffer because of someone else’s illegal actions. Let us fight for the justice and compensation you deserve.

There are both federal and state laws that protect employees from wrongful termination. The Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination against employees on different characteristics, like age or race. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act is another example that safeguards workers over 40 from unfair practices. Furthermore, employees who suffer from a disability, pregnancy, or racial discrimination are also protected under employment law.

Many states have also enacted their own laws to protect workers from wrongful termination. These laws may provide additional protections or allow for different types of claims than what is available under federal law.

Our California wrongful termination lawyers at Eldessouky Law are here to help you understand your legal options and protect your rights. We can help you understand your legal options as well as help you reach a fair settlement with Kaiser Permanente’s insurance agent if you have been wrongfully terminated.

Call our office today at (714) 409-8991 or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys.


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