Have You Been Terminated From Your Job Without Good Cause?
Whether you’ve been working in your profession for several years or a few months facing a termination can be a shocking, hurtful experience, especially if you do not understand why you were fired. If you believe you have been unjustly or unlawfully let go from your job, you may have a right to file a wrongful termination claim against your employer.
If you cannot understand why you were terminated, it is time for you to retain a skilled, effective and tough employment law attorney. We can help you obtain unemployment compensation benefits. We can help you explore your legal options to pursue regarding wrongful termination.
Our certified employment law specialist, Steven Sindell is one of a very few employment law attorneys in Ohio certified in the field. He has successfully advocated and protected the rights of workers for over 50 years. Call Sindell and Sindell, LLP, for a free consultation to get started on your case at 216-401-4913.
Discrimination Or Retaliation Are Often Reasons Behind Wrongful Termination
Many wrongful termination cases are direct results of discrimination based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or pregnancy. A wrongful termination also may have roots in retaliation. This example could be a “whistleblower” who reports the company’s illegal actions.
Employees are protected from termination of their jobs for certain activities, including, but not limited, to:
- Medical leave
- Seeking to unionize in the workplace
- Jury duty
- Military service
- Taking time away from work to vote
Our skilled team will vigorously assert your rights. We are experienced litigators who have a history of obtaining million-dollar settlements and verdicts for clients. Attorney Steve Sindell is a pioneer of employment law in the Cleveland area, and many of the verdicts that he achieved have helped to shape beneficial employment laws.
For A Free Consultation, Call Us Now
A wrongful termination can have long-term effects on your financial well-being as well as physical and emotional health. It can affect your family and even lead to prospective employers turning away. This is illegal. Sindell and Sindell, LLP, of Cleveland is an experienced law firm that knows the intricacies of employment law. For a free initial telephone consultation, call a lawyer at 216-401-4913 or contact our office online.