Have You Been Fired For Reporting Your Employer?

In California, which is an at-will employment state, employers are allowed to terminate employees with or without cause. Employers cannot, however, terminate employees due to discrimination on the basis of gender, religion, sexual orientation, etc. They also cannot terminate employees who report instances of discrimination in the workplace or violations of state or federal regulations to their respective agencies.

At the employment law firmĀ Bononi Law Group, LLP, in Pasadena, our lawyers can help you understand your rights and legal options. If you believe you were fired in an act of retaliation by your employer, we may also be able to take appropriate action. We have extensive experience representing clients throughout Southern California and understand the state and federal laws that protect employees from retaliatory discharge.

Call toll free at 866-295-7512.

Retaliatory Discharge Attorneys In Southern California

An employee may be entitled to monetary compensation, including lost wages and punitive damages, if he or she has experienced retaliatory discharge. Actions that are protected under state and federal laws include:

  • Serving in the armed forces
  • Reporting violations of state and federal regulations
  • Refusing to engage in illegal activity
  • Requesting overtime pay or additional benefits
  • Reporting discrimination
  • Reporting harassment

Our firm has represented hundreds of clients who have been wrongfully terminated as the result of retaliation. We want to help our clients recover compensation for emotional and financial suffering brought on by the acts of their employers.

Contact Us If You Have Been Wrongfully Terminated

Learn more about your retaliatory discharge in Southern California. Contact a wrongful termination attorney and schedule a free initial consultation about your options. Call our office at 213-553-9200 or toll free at 213-550-5503.