Experienced Help For Wrongful Terminations
Because New Jersey is an at-will employment state. This means that an employer can end employment at any time, barring contractual issues. Additionally, an employer can fire an employee for any reason.
That said, there are certain cases where the way that an employer fires an employee may be illegal. If you believe that your former workplace fired you for unlawful reasons, it is essential to understand your rights — you may be entitled to significant compensation.
Protecting The Rights Of New Jersey Employees
We at the law firm of Escandon, Fernicola, Anderson, Covelli & McPherson, are prepared to bring our decades of employment law experience to represent you in any wrongful termination case aggressively.
We assist employees with a variety of legal problems, including:
- Firings and layoffs that constitute workplace discrimination against a member of a protected class as defined in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, including discrimination based on:
- Sexual orientation
- Race or skin color
- Sexual harassment resulting in constructive discharge
- Whistleblower claims
- Employment contract violation
- Warning procedure violation
- Retaliatory action
Our attorneys will take the time to work directly with you to understand all circumstances regarding your termination. From there, we will work to help you get the compensation and accountability you deserve. We encourage you to take decisive action and get in touch as soon as possible to protect your rights.
Talk To A Jersey Shore Employment Attorney Now
To get in touch and schedule a free initial consultation to discuss New Jersey wrongful discharge with one of our Ocean County/Monmouth County wrongful termination lawyers, call 732-663-1920 or email the firm. We serve clients throughout New Jersey.