Being terminated from your job is already a devastating experience. When you have to face the prospect of financial difficulties until you can secure new employment, it can place a great deal of anxiety and stress on your shoulders. However, when you’ve been terminated from your job for an unlawful or an unethical reason, such as due to discrimination or retaliation by your employer, losing your job can leave you feeling angry and helpless. Fortunately, you may have legal rights and options to pursue compensation or relief from being wrongfully terminated from your job. An experienced Paterson wrongful termination lawyer can fight on your behalf to hold your employer responsible for firing you for illegal reasons.
At Camili & Capo, PA dedicated and battle-tested attorneys Krenar Camili and Joseph Capo fight to help clients who have been unlawfully terminated from their jobs secure compensation for the financial losses they’ve suffered due to being fired from work, along with potentially other equitable relief such as reinstatement with back pay, benefits, and seniority. If your employer is trying to avoid liability after wrongfully terminating you from your position, you can trust that Krenar Camili, Esq. and Joseph Capo, Esq. will work tirelessly to secure full relief on your behalf. We aren’t afraid to pursue your claims in court or at trial when that represents the best option for securing the results you want and deserve.
If you believe you may have been unlawfully fired or pushed out of your job, you deserve to seek compensation and justice for the violation of your rights. Contact Camili & Capo, PA for a free initial case review to talk with a knowledgeable employment law attorney to learn more about your rights and options for obtaining relief from your wrongful termination.
For employees who are considered to be “at-will”, an employer may terminate such employees for any lawful reason, such as poor performance, insubordination, violation of company policies, or economic/financial reasons. However, it is illegal for employers to terminate workers based on any of the exceptions to the “at-will” rule. Circumstances that may constitute wrongful termination can include:
It is also considered unlawful for an employer to terminate an employee for any reason that is considered to violate public policy. Finally, an employer cannot cover up a wrongful termination by citing a legitimate reason as a pretext. An experienced Paterson wrongful termination lawyer from Camili & Capo, PA can help you determine whether you may have been illegally fired from your job by your employer.
Pursuing a wrongful termination claim can often be a complex task. Employers often try to hide the fact that they’ve illegally fired an employee by citing another, legitimate basis for termination as cover for their unlawful behavior. You need an experienced, aggressive attorney who will dig deep into your case to recover the evidence needed to prove when you’ve been the victim of wrongful termination.
When you choose Camili & Capo, PA to represent you in your wrongful termination case, you can expect a qualified Paterson wrongful termination lawyer to:
When your rights and livelihood are on the line, don’t settle for anything less than an attorney who will work as hard as possible to make sure that you recover fully after you’ve been illegally terminated from your job.
As an employee, you deserve to be treated with respect and dignity. You shouldn’t have to suffer a termination from your job for unlawful or unethical reasons. Don’t wait another day to talk to a wrongful termination lawyer about what you can do to pursue financial compensation and justice for the harm you’ve suffered. Contact Camili & Capo, PA today for a free case evaluation to discuss how an aggressive, battle-tested Paterson wrongful termination lawyer can advocate for your rights and interests after you’ve been wrongfully terminated from your job.
Possibly yes. Employers may not use legitimate reasons for termination to cover for the fact that the true motivations for a worker’s firing are related to discrimination or retaliation. Under the law, if you can show that your employer’s proffered reasons for your termination were merely a pretext for discrimination or retaliation, you may be entitled to pursue a wrongful termination claim.
Possibly. An employer may have legitimate reasons for imposing different discipline to two or more employees that commit the same conduct, such as when two employees are at different stages of progressive discipline. However, if your employer has a pattern of imposing harsher discipline on particular groups of employees, you may have a claim for wrongful termination based on disparate treatment.
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