Hold Employers Accountable For Wrongful Termination

Your employer recently fired you for a reason that you believe is not legal. If your employer terminated you wrongfully, then you have the right to seek compensation.

Shimoda Law Corp. is a premier employment law firm in California. For more than 20 years, our firm has provided strong, successful representation to clients who experienced wrongful termination and other matters related to employment law. When you need to hold an employer accountable for its wrongful actions, Shimoda Law Corp. can represent you.

What Encompasses Wrongful Termination?

Most employers are at-will employers, which means that they can fire employees at their own discretion. However, the law prohibits employers from firing workers for certain reasons, including:

Did your employer fire you based on one or more of these reasons? Talk to an attorney from Shimoda Law Corp. to determine whether you have an actionable case. If so, then we can put together a strategy to recover compensation.

What Damages Can I Collect?

There are many types of damages that the court may award for wrongful termination. Some of these include:

  • Lost wages
  • Loss of earning potential
  • Pain and suffering
  • Punitive damages

At Shimoda Law Corp., we often recover compensation for our clients through out-of-court settlements. However, as skilled litigators, our lawyers have also won numerous favorable verdicts at trial. We handle private individual lawsuits as well as class-action lawsuits for multiple plaintiffs.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation With A Lawyer

Contact our office for skilled representation in your wrongful termination case. We provide free phone consultations. To speak with an attorney, call us at 916-525-0716 or send our firm an email. We will promptly return all email contacts with a phone call.