Getting laid off from a job is stressful no matter the circumstances, but when you are terminated for reasons that are unfair, wrong, or just straight-up illegal, a termination can feel like a slap in the face. If you were laid off for reasons that you believe to be unfair, you may be able to sue your former employer for wrongful termination. However, because Illinois is an at-will employment state, you may have a hard time proving that your employer fired you for any reason other than that he or she simply felt like it was necessary. If you want to prove wrongdoing and obtain compensation for the injustice against you, retain the help of an experienced Chicago wrongful termination attorney.
The lawyers at the Law Office of Mitchell A. Kline have been aggressively advocating on behalf of wrongful termination victims for over 30 years. If you are ready to fight alongside us to uphold your rights, give our office a call today.
Wrongful termination comes in many forms, but at its core, it is the firing or laying off of an employee or group of employees for illegal reasons. That said, there are a few types of cases that frequently pop up. Here are some examples of common wrongful termination triggers:
If you and your employer can prove that your employment contract was voided because of any of the above reasons, you have a good chance of recovering damages for your troubles. Depending on the violation, your employer may even be subject to sanctions and additional penalties as a way of keeping him or her from committing the same violation in the future.
If you believe that you were wrongfully terminated, you may be feeling frustrated, confused, and even angry. However, while you have every right to feel those emotions, it could hurt you in the long run to act on them outside of the court system. You need to be careful about what actions you take and to whom you speak about your situation. The best thing you can do is to retain the help of a skilled Chicago wrongful termination lawyer who can advise you on what steps to take to a successful recovery. Your lawyer can help you keep a level head, investigate the incident, and ensure that you do not do anything to jeopardize your case or your future.
At the Law Office of Mitchell A. Kline, we have been helping workers throughout the nation pursue wrongful termination cases and collect damages for their troubles. If you were fired for no seemingly legitimate reason, contact our Chicago employees’ rights law firm today. We can help you gather the necessary evidence to prove wrongdoing, build your case, and fight on your behalf in court. Call today to schedule your free and private consultation.