When Can You Sue For Wrongful Termination?

According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), since 2005 the amount of wrongful termination lawsuits has increased significantly every year, with the most significant peak in 2008 when the economy crashed. Desperate times call for desperate measures, right? Typically these claims are groundless but there are many reasons that you as an employee can fall back on to put together a lawsuit. Instances under which you can sue for wrongful determination are:

Federal anti-discrimination laws protect employees from being discharged or otherwise penalized with respect to the terms and conditions of employment on the bases of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, pregnancy, age, disability or genetic formation. If you believe you were fired because of any of these, you should talk to a lawyer right away. However, there are strict time limits and rules that apply to discrimination claims; for example, you must file a complaint of discrimination with a state or federal agencies before you sue your employer in court.For more Info please visit…Wrongful Termination

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