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Wrongful Termination Lawyer—Philadelphia, PA and New Jersey

As an employee, you are entitled to certain rights under employment law. Among them is the right to a legal, legitimate reason for termination from your employer. If you are terminated and believe the reasons are illegal, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit against your employer for compensation.

The relationship between employer and employee is governed by state and federal laws. Because of this, wrongful termination cases can be very complex and difficult to prove. Those who believe they were wrongfully terminated should consult an experienced employment lawyer to discuss their cases. However, a labor employment attorney will tell you that in order to qualify as wrongful termination, your employer will have had to:

  • Be in violation of federal and state anti-discrimination or whistleblower employment laws
  • Use the termination as a form of sexual harassment or retaliation
  • Violate oral or written employment agreements
  • Violate of labor laws, including collective bargaining laws and workers’ compensation laws

If you believe that your termination circumstances qualify as having been wrongful, you may be entitled to compensation from your former employer.

Contact Our Wrongful Termination Lawyers

Losing your job for any reason can be very stressful, but a wrongful termination is frustrating and illegal. At DiSandro & Malloy, our employment attorneys want to fight for your rights as an employee. Through a wrongful termination lawsuit, you may be eligible for compensation for lost wages, loss of benefits, and other damages suffered as a result of your termination. Our attorneys have 50 years of combined trial experience and are ready to stand up for justice on your behalf!

Call our New Jersey employment lawyers at 856-429-3700 or our Philadelphia attorneys at 215-587-9900 to discuss your wrongful termination case!