In the unfortunate event that you’ve been fired by your employer, it’s important for you to know that your termination was legal. If your employment is “at will,” then your employer has the legal right to fire you at any time and for any reason. However, there are some important distinctions and exceptions regarding the at-will rule that is necessary to know when it comes to determining the legality of your termination.
At The Leach Firm, P.A., our wrongful termination attorneys serving Florida and Georgia, have more than 50 years of combined legislation experience, in which time we’ve provided representation for thousands of local clients. Our proven legal services are designed to help you keep your current job or sue your former employer for wrongful discharge. We strive to provide legal solutions while working with you to help you fight for your rights in the workplace. Our firm will work hard to prove if your employer violated any public policies such as legal or federal standards.
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If your employer has provided you with a written contract or any other type of statement that guarantees your job security, then our attorney will fight for you and form a solid case. When your termination results in a breach of contract, the odds of receiving compensation are in your favor.
We strive to reach the most agreeable resolution possible for your specific case to ensure that you’ll receive the representation you deserve for your case.
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In cases where the agreement regarding your continuing employment with your employer was not written and was only implied or spoken, the grey legal area can be difficult to navigate. Fortunately, our lawyer knows how to approach such challenging situations. We fully dedicate all of our attention to offering you the aggressive legal representation you need against unfair dismissal. By taking into account all of the unique factors involved with your case, we are able to properly determine the best course of action for your legal situation.
Depending on the circumstances surrounding your termination, our attorney may be able to prove that your employer has violated certain public policies such as legal or federal standards. We work by your side to achieve a fair result that works for you and never charge any fees unless we recover the compensation you deserve. Se Habla Español.
Whether you are in need of an employment discrimination lawyer or a wrongful termination attorney, we offer sound legal guidance for the representation you deserve. Contact our employment law attorney today at (844) 722-7567 to schedule a free consultation. We provide legal service to clients in Florida and Georgia.