Building Your Case Against Wrongful Termination

Most people work as at-will employees, meaning that either the employer or employee can end the employment relationship at any time and for any reason.

However, employers cannot fire an employee for an illegal reason. If you have suffered a wrongful termination, contact AQUINO LAW to protect your rights. Our attorneys have represented California employees against unfair labor practices since 1997. We are prepared to put our experience to work for you vigorously.

How Do You Know You Were Wrongfully Terminated?

Firing an at-will employee is not always against the law, and an employer does not necessarily have to give a cause for termination. However, there are certain situations that can add up to wrongful termination.

It is illegal for an employer to terminate employment based on:

  • discrimination of a protected status, including pregnancy, disability, gender, race or age
  • Retaliation for reporting misconduct such as sexual harassment or not going along with it
  • Retaliation for whistleblowing unlawful business practices

The employment attorneys at AQUINO LAW will help you stand up against your employer if you have been wrongfully terminated. It is our mission to protect your rights and seek justice on your behalf. Every case is different, and we always take the time to listen to your concerns to provide you with personalized guidance every step of the way. 

Take Action Against Wrongful Termination And Get Justice


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