Wrongful Termination Claim

[ˈrɒŋfəl ˌtɜːmɪˈneɪʃn̩ kleɪm]

A wrongful termination claim is when is when an employee files in a court of law for believing of being unjustly or illegally dismissed from their job. Wrongful termination claims include the following:

  •  An alleged violation of federal or state antidiscrimination laws
  • Oral and written employment agreements/contracts
  • Labor laws

In most states within the United States, employment is considered “at will,” which meaning that employers neither need to have a reason to dismiss and employee or provide an advance notice of termination.

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Wrongful Termination Claim