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If you refused to commit a crime on behalf of your employer or complained about participating in illegal conduct and were terminated as a result, your discharge from employment may be wrongful.
If you work for a public company and you made a complaint because you believed there was fraud and misconduct, you may have a case.
If you are a nurse in a nursing home, looking after patients and you witness abuse and you complain about it, and you end up terminated as a result, you may have a wrongful discharge case.
If you’re in the military and you need to go for training or deployment and your terminated as a result, you may have a case.
There are many complicated and various aspects to wrongful termination and the only way to know if you really have a case is to contact us. We are here to help.
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