Wrongful Termination Q&A
Attorney and Firm Founder, Alan Crone, answers questions live about Illegal Termination.
If you have been fired based upon discrimination or breach of contract, you may be a victim of wrongful termination.
If you don’t have an employment agreement, you may be part of a protected class of workers who cannot be fired because of:
- filing for bankruptcy
- national origin
- participating in an EEOC process
- refusal to participate in illegal activity
- refusal to stay silent about illegal activity
- reporting or pursuing your statutory or common law rights
- retaliatory discharge
- whistleblowing activity (Sarbanes-Oxley Retaliation Act)
You can count on our wrongful termination law team and our multi-faceted approach to help you deal with the emotional, financial, and professional implications you will face.
Ideally, we will negotiate a wrongful termination settlement with your employer that may include getting your job back, if that’s what you want, or recover back pay and compensatory damages. We will also discuss your options and the likelihood of a successful wrongful termination lawsuit so you can make the best decision possible.
Trust us to guide you through this complicated time of your career.