Wrongful Termination

feature-practice-areasCalifornia is an “at-will” employment state. This means that your employer can generally fire you for any reason or for no reason at all – as long as your termination is not in violation of the law or in breach of a valid employment contract.

An employment termination based on discrimination, retaliation, fraud or a violation of a contract is generally considered wrongful termination and is actionable under law.  In fact, when an employee is terminated on the basis of age, sex, disability, race, national origin, religion, or in retaliation for certain types of whistleblowing, a legal action for wrongful termination may be viable.

Victims of wrongful termination have many options and it is important to select an experienced attorney who is not only a skilled negotiator, but an aggressive litigator and zealous advocate.

Pouya B. Chami works tirelessly to help victims of wrongful termination and other employment law violations. Depending on your case, you may be able to pursue a wrongful termination action against your employer and may seek damages for lost wages, lost benefits, emotional distress, attorneys’ fees and more.

If you believe you have been the victim of wrongful termination, contact Chami Law today toll free at 888-384-7225 or by email at info@chamilaw.com to set up a free consultation.