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Wrongful Termination

California is an at-will employment state, which means an employer can fire an employee for any reason if there is not an employment contract and the reason is lawful. If you believe you were fired for an illegal reason, it is important to speak with an experienced employment law lawyer as soon as possible.

A Wrongful Termination Lawyer with Experience

At the Barron Law Corporation, we have helped workers file legal claims since 1991. Our founding attorney, Sacramento wrongful termination lawyer Deborah Barron, is dedicated to ensuring fair treatment for workers. We understand the stress and financial strain that come from losing your job. If you were wrongfully terminated, we will work hard to hold your employer accountable and get you the compensation you deserve.

What Qualifies as Wrongful Termination?

California workers are fired for a variety of illegal reasons. If you were terminated for any of these reasons, we encourage to speak to us about the steps to take next:

Discrimination: It is illegal for an employer to fire a worker based on the worker’s race, gender, age, sexual orientation or disability.

Sexual harassment: If a manager or supervisor makes repeated sexual comments or makes sexual advances and the worker rejects that behavior, it is illegal for the manager to fire that worker.

Retaliation: Workers are allowed to protest and resist unlawful activities like discrimination and harassment. Workers are also allowed to report, or blow the whistle, on employers who commit fraud or safety violations.

Constructive termination: If conditions or the environment at work are so terrible that the worker could not reasonably continue the job, then the worker may quit and sue for lost wages.
The Barron Law Corporation is serious about protecting employee rights in California. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss your potential legal claim.

Contact a Sacramento, California, Employment and Administrative Law Lawyer

We charge no attorney’s fee unless we recover compensation for you. To talk with an experienced Northern California wrongful termination attorney about your work situation, call 916-486-1712 or toll free 800-LAW-5908. We also offer a free case evaluation via e-mail for prospective clients.