Anyone can be a victim of wrongful termination. It does not matter if you are part of the C-level executives down to part-time employees. Wrongful termination is a possibility for anyone.
If you have experienced wrongful termination, you may be eligible to file a claim. Your claim can help you recover compensation for any missed wages, mental anguish, and more.
What To Do If You Experienced Wrongful Termination
If you were wrongfully terminated, you will need to gather enough evidence to demonstrate that your firing was for an illegal reason. You cannot be fired as a form of discrimination or retaliation.
To show that you experienced wrongful termination, you should:
- Gather any memos, emails, notes, etc. that support your claim.
- Find witnesses and take their statements.
- Make copies of any contracts or write down any verbal agreements.
- Keep a journal of any discrimination or harassment.
When you are ready, you can file a wrongful termination claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or with the appropriate state party.
Get Help With Your Wrongful Termination Claim
A wrongful termination lawyer may be able to help you with your claim. An attorney can help you determine what evidence you need for your claim as well as file your claim. As your wrongful termination claim moves through the claims process, your attorney may be able to help guide you. To get connected with an independent, participating attorney who subscribes to the website.
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