Legal Help Can Determine if You Were Wrongfully Terminated

There are different types of laws surrounding workplace rights in the state of Connecticut. It can be very hard for you to determine if you have been wrongfully terminated and if you have a legal case against your previous employer. No matter what, if you think you were fired for no reason at all, it’s a good idea to speak to an attorney. The law offices of Mark Sherman can give you compassionate counseling and help you make sense of why you just lost your job.

While there are laws designed to protect employees from Connecticut wrongful termination, they don’t always apply. The state does have an “at-will” law, which means employees who did not sign a contract can be terminated without specific reason. However, there are situations in which you can’t just be fired. For example, discrimination is never tolerated. If a person is terminated because of age, sex, race, religion, disability or nationality, then this would be grounds for a lawsuit. Additionally, a victim of sexual harassment can’t be terminated for that reason.

Now that you know a little more about Connecticut wrongful termination laws, you must ask yourself if you feel you have a case. There is still much more to be determined based on the situation. Because of this, you should consult legal counseling. The law offices of Mark Sherman can help you. We have experience working with state and federal courts if yours is truly a case of wrongful termination. Because we understand labor laws, we can give you sound legal counsel no matter your situation. If you don’t have a case, then we won’t pursue anything and cost you money.

Whether you are unsure of your termination reasons or you have a discrimination-based case, please contact us. We will give you the advice you need to learn the next steps you should take.