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Wrongful termination is when an employer illegally fires an employee. It is not wrongful termination, however, for an employer to fire an employee who performed the job poorly, broke the law, or breached a legitimate company policy. What if you were in a job where you could be dismissed “at will”? If you believe that you are the victim of unfair termination from your job, especially if you raised an issue of improper or illegal actions that could affect public policy, you might still be able to take legal action with a wrongful termination claim.

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Fighting Against Wrongful Termination in the Workplace

Wrongful termination commonly occurs as a form of workers compensation retaliation, sexual harassment, sex and gender discrimination or others. This can be personally devastating to the employees, who not only depend on the income from the job, but the loss of employment can have personal ramifications far beyond the financial, particularly when the employee has served the company for a long period of time.

Wrongful Termination Lawyers in New Haven, CTVictims of wrongful termination should know their rights concerning their employment, and a New Haven employment discrimination lawyer is best suited to both inform employees, executives, and partners alike of their rights and to help carry out any pursuit of justice in such cases.

Are you looking for an attorney for a wrongful termination case in Connecticut? Our firm can help! A wrongful termination case brought against an employer can be a challenge to prove and for that reason, it is important to document as much as possible by keeping a journal and saving emails, phone messages, or anything additional in support of your position. We are skilled in resolving these issues, and can work directly with your former employer to get it resolved before we reach litigation.

Contact Our Wrongful Termination Attorneys in New Haven

Need an attorney for wrongful termination in New Haven? Attorney Axelrod has worked for decades to protect the rights and serve the interests of residents throughout New Haven, Stamford, Branford, Meriden, Waterbury and Bridgeport and the rest of the state. We pride ourselves on our level of dedication to our clients. We will explore every possible opportunity to make your case stronger thus giving you the greatest chance at success. We have consistently brought clients to favorable outcomes over the years and have been able to win substantial settlements and court decisions for many deserving victims of wrongful termination.

Contact a Connecticut wrongful termination lawyer using our online form or at (203) 285-8294 if you believe you have been unjustly fired from your job and want to pursue compensation.

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