Experienced Attorneys for Wrongful Termination Claims
Employees are fired every day. Some are let go for legitimate reasons while others are terminated improperly under state and federal laws. The place of business has become a litigation battleground between former employees and employers.
At Mitchell L. Feldman, Esq., we aggressively represent employees in a broad spectrum of claims under the umbrella term of wrongful termination. Whether a termination is actionable at law depends upon the underlying facts and reasons for the termination in most cases. We will investigate the facts and determine whether a cause of action exists. If you were truly wrongfully terminated, we are here to help you take legal action.
What Is Wrongful Termination?
Florida and the Federal Civil Rights Act make it unlawful to retaliate or terminate an employee for reporting or filing a claim of discrimination or sexual harassment in the workplace. Additionally, an employee may have the right to recover damages under a whistleblower theory against the employer if that employee objects to or refuses to participate in discriminatory conduct, retaliation or ignores reported harassment and is himself or herself then terminated or demoted.
At times, wrongful termination cases can be resolved through negotiation or mediation, but it takes a skilled lawyer to get to the underlying facts. If negotiation fails to achieve the result you deserve, our lawyers are always prepared to represent you in court.
Contact Our Attorneys for Experienced Legal Guidance
Our law firm has extensive experience handling wrongful termination lawsuits throughout Florida and Georgia. Contact our law offices online or by telephone at 800-669-0151 to schedule a free initial consultation. We have law offices in Tampa, Naples, Jacksonville, West Palm Beach and Atlanta.