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Were you fired illegally due to one of the reasons below?

Protected Activities

It is illegal for your employer to retaliate directly or indirectly if you are participating in a protected activity, such as:

  1. Complaining about employment violations
  2. Discover fraud and complain about it ie. The employers failure to pay taxes, OSHA violations.
  3. File a complaint with a state or federal agency
  4. Refusing to follow orders that would lead to discrimination

 

Things to Do Now

  1. Take good notes of witnesses, times, dates and events.
  2. Gather any evidence such as emails, and journals.
  3. Put together a detailed chain of events so we can see what occurred.
  4. Do not discuss your case with anyone, and call us as soon as possible.

It is not uncommon for employers to make up or magnify conduct violations, if you are on their radar for termination. Before this occurs, it is important to seek legal counsel. The more conduct violations the employer alleges (whether true or not), the more difficult it may be to sort through your claims. Also, it is not uncommon for us to find other employment violations, whether they be for unpaid wages, meal breaks violations or reimbursement of expenses. We will examine all aspects of your employment for possible wage and hour violations when we speak to you.

If you feel you have been the victim of discrimination, it is important to act quickly and speak an attorney experienced in this area. The consultation is confidential and free.

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If we accept your case, you pay no costs or fees unless we win or settle your case.  Call us to discuss your situation at (888) 455-7434.

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