Wrongful Termination Lawsuits

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The attorneys at Siri & Glimstad LLP are experienced in fighting back against companies that wrongfully terminate employees for a reason that violates employment laws.

Some of the reasons that fall under the “wrongful termination” category include firing an employee for any of the following reasons:

  • For a reason which violates federal or state employment laws
  • in violation of an employment agreement
  • for reporting harassment, illegal acts or safety violations
  • for not participating in harassment, illegal acts or safety violations
  • for firing an employee but not following company procedure for doing so
  • for being a member of a protected class (see below)
  • for being pregnant
  • for joining a trade union
  • for exercising your legal rights regarding wages, leave or overtime

In order to file a lawsuit for religious or disability-based discrimination, an employee must first go through the EEOC process and receive what is called a “Right to Sue” letter. We assist employees through this process. In some instances, we may pursue litigation in federal court after obtaining the Right to Sue letter.

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