Employers use different excuses when letting employees go. These include “downsizing” “lay-off” “let go” “dismissed” “separated” and a variety of other ambiguous terms. The name that an employer may choose to give to a termination does not determine if the termination is legal or not. Much in the same way not ever termination that is “unfair” is also “illegal” Before deciding on whether or not to pursue a case, an employee can benefit from a complimentary case evaluation from unlawful termination attorneys.

Unfair Dismissal or Wrongful Termination?

Almost every employee who gets fired feels that it was unfair. While a lot of the time what is unfair is also illegal there are many circumstances where a termination can be unfair, but not necessary unlawful. The quickest way to determine if there is an actionable case is to contact unlawful termination attorneys who can explain the legal requirements for pleading and proving a wrongful termination in violation of public policy case. Regardless of the underlying illegality if the facts of your case support a claim for wrongful termination in violation of public policy then you may be entitled to compensation. Whether you can get that compensation, and how much you will get depends on many factors, including the skill and experience of the unlawful termination attorneys you hire.

Unlawful Termination Attorneys that Care

No matter how big or small your case may be, the team of unlawful termination lawyers at the Akopyan Law Firm can help. We have helped many clients get the justice and compensation they deserve. Our unlawful termination attorneys care about their clients and their cases, which is why so many past clients have given us glowing testimonials. You can read more about what people have said about our service here.

Low Risk Access to Unlawful Termination Attorneys

One reason people choose not to pursue wrongful dismissal cases in court is because they can’t afford to pay lawyers up front. This is why the Akopyan Law puts its money where its mouth is. We do this in two ways. First, our unlawful termination attorneys work on a contingency fee basis meaning that we earn fees only when we deliver results. Second, our unlawful termination attorneys do not charge for initial case evaluations.

Whether you’ve been let go, dismissed, terminated, downsized, or made redundant, your rights may have been violated. Let the experienced unlawful termination attorneys evaluate your case to determine how they can help you recover fair compensation. Contact us today to learn more about what makes us different from other law firms, and how we can help you enforce your rights.