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Find Out Whether You Have A Wrongful Termination Claim

Losing your job is hard enough. It becomes even more difficult when you were fired (or pressured to resign) for reasons that are illegal. Besides losing your paycheck and your career options, you may also feel like you lost your dignity and respect. For example, perhaps you got fired in retaliation for:

  • Blowing the whistle on illegal or unethical behavior
  • Reporting discrimination or sexual harassment
  • Becoming pregnant
  • Enforcing your right to family and medical leave, overtime pay or other employment rights
  • Filing a workers' compensation claim

TerminationMaybe your termination violated the rights outlined in your employment contract. Or perhaps you were the target of discrimination or harassment that got so bad you felt like you had to quit.

If you lost your job for one of these unlawful grounds, you may have a wrongful termination claim. You could be entitled to compensation and job reinstatement, if appropriate.

However, successfully pursuing one of these claims in California can be tricky. You'll need to work with a lawyer you can trust.

Let Us Help Enforce Your Rights

In the Los Angeles area, you can turn to our legal team at the Law Office of Twila S. White. Our principal attorney has devoted the bulk of her accomplished career to fighting injustice in the employment law context. Ms. White has a wealth of knowledge, strong advocacy skills and a proven record of results — all of which will work to your advantage when it comes to leveling the playing field.

Take the first step by calling 213-381-8749 for a free phone consultation or filling out our online contact form. We'll work with you in a confidential and understanding manner to determine the best course of action for your situation.

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