The Blackman Law Firm

Skilled Representation For Wrongful Termination

California is an “at-will” employment state, which means that employers can fire an employee without needing a good cause. Even with this lack of protection, federal and state law prevents employers from terminating workers for illegal reasons. If you suspect that your former employer wrongfully terminated you, The Blackman Law Firm can help.


The Blackman Law Firm

Our Irvine office represents employment law clients throughout California. We will thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your termination and fight for your fair compensation. Our skilled litigators do not back down from a challenge and we have over 20 years of employment law experience. Our compassionate lawyers will guide you through the entire legal process and work to get you efficient and favorable results.

What Qualifies As Wrongful Termination?

To file a wrongful termination claim, your employer must have broken the law when firing you. These cases can be extremely difficult to prove in court and require an experienced litigator who will guide you through the process. Our employment law attorneys can investigate the details of your termination and manage every detail of your case.

Many employer actions may qualify for a wrongful termination claim, including:

  • Firing a worker because of their membership as part of a protected class, such as race, age, gender, religion, ethnic background, or disability status
  • Breaching an employee’s employment contract upon firing, even if it was only a verbal promise
  • Firing an employee as retaliation for informing management of harassment or because of blowing the whistle on illegal activities
  • Discharging someone because he or she took part in protected activities, such as sitting on a jury, serving in the military, or taking medical leave

Even if your employer terminates you, you are still entitled to your final wages for hours worked. If your former employer withholds your pay, we can protect your rights and represent your best interests.

Get Answers To Your Questions In A Free Consultation

We can review the circumstances of your termination and talk about your case in a free consultation. We represent all clients on a contingency fee basis, so you will not pay upfront legal fees and will only owe payment if we win your case. There are strict deadlines in a wrongful termination case, so call our law firm at (714) 569-3000 or send us your case details below. Se Habla Español.

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