Wrongful Termination cases are very complex and often extremely involved. Being unemployed is a very stressful and confusing time.
There are many factors to consider when making a claim for a Wrongful Termination. These types of difficult situations are best handled by the experts.
No two claims are the same, and there are often exceptions to every rule. You will need the expertise of a knowledgeable, and trusted Wrongful Termination Lawyer, to guide you through this complicated process.
An experienced Wrongful Termination Lawyer will take into consideration many issues, before deciding whether or not to file a claim on your behalf.
The legal team at SANFORD A. KASSEL, A Professional Law Corporation has the necessary skill, knowledge, and resources to build a convincing case, and see that you get the maximum compensation and benefits for your claim.
The following is a list of questions that may help you prepare for your initial interview with an attorney regarding a possible Wrongful Termination case:
Possible Compensation for Your Claim
If you do have the basis for a Wrongful Termination action against your former employer, the following is a list of possible compensation and benefits that you may be entitled to:
- Recovery of Lost Earnings
- Back Pay
- Front Pay (determined in the Court’s discretion); “future” lost earnings that plaintiff would have received beyond the judgment date, or where reinstatement to former job is not feasible
- Out-of-Pocket Expenses
- Damages for Mental Suffering and Emotional Distress (resulting from unlawful employment practice)
- Punitive Damages (to punish the employer for having done what they did, and teach them not to do it again; to compensate you for lost benefits like health insurance)
- Prejudgment Interest on Damages (that are certain, or are capable of being made certain) [Civ. Code, § 3287, subd. (a); County of Alameda v. Fair Employment & Housing Com., 153 Cal. App. 3d 499, 200 Cal. Rptr. 381, 39 Fair Empl. Prac. Cas. (BNA) 859 (1st Dist. 1984)]
- Interest on Awards of Back Pay
- Reinstatement to Former Position
- Attorney’s Fees and Costs [Gov. Code, § 12965, subd. (b)]
- Other Monetary Damages or Benefits Awarded at the Court’s Discretion
Find Out If You Have a Wrongful Termination Claim
If you believe that you have been a victim of Wrongful Termination: (1) be prepared with documentation of the events that transpired; (2) don’t limit yourself by attempting to analyze what happened, on your own; and (3) SEEK THE ADVICE OF A QUALIFIED EMPLOYMENT LAW ATTORNEY IMMEDIATELY.
Contact the experienced Wrongful Termination Lawyers of SANFORD A. KASSEL, A Professional Law Corporation, today, for a FREE consultation. 909.884.6451 Our attorneys will evaluate all the facts, and provide you with a plan for the best course of action. We get results!