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It is illegal for employers to fire or retaliate against employees who speak with a lawyer.

Wrongful Termination

Were You Wrongfully Terminated? Our Experienced Employment Law Attorneys Can Help.

The experience of being let go from a job is never a pleasant one. However, there is a difference between losing a job because of downsizing and losing a job for unlawful reasons.

When A Firing May Be Against The Law

There are many situations under both federal law and California law that constitute wrongful termination. Common instances often include:

  • An employee's complaint to his or her employer for failure to pay lawful wages or overtime
  • An employee (referred to as a whistleblower) who reports an employer's unlawful conduct
  • Sexual or racial harassment
  • Discrimination based on gender, disability, sexual orientation, pregnancy status, age, religion, race and national origin

Decades Of Experience On Your Side

If you believe you have been fired for any of these reasons, we invite you to reach out to our Hayward employment law attorneys at Franklin Employment Law Group, LLC.

Our team of lawyers, Eugene Franklin and Barbara Green, have decades of combined experience in the area of employment law.

They exclusively represent employees and have fought for individuals in your same situation who have been "fired without reason." They will aggressively fight for you and do everything possible to achieve justice under the law.

Options Under The Law

In some cases, you may be entitled to job reinstatement. In others, you may be able to receive fair compensation. Contact us to find out what you could receive.

Specific Guidance For You

If you think you have been wrongfully fired, we encourage you to speak with one of our Hayward employment law attorneys over a free phone consult.

Call 510-244-3354, or send an email.

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