In California, most employees are under an “at will” employment arrangement. This means that their employment can be terminated at any time—with or without notice and for virtually any reason, including no reason at all. However, in some cases, it is unlawful for an employer to fire, let go, or lay off an employee, specifically when the termination is based on retaliation or discrimination.
If you believe that your employer wrongfully terminated your employment, you could be entitled to sue for damages, including lost wages, benefits, and back-pay. You could also be entitled to compensation for your emotional distress and suffering, as well as legal fees and even punitive damages in rare cases.
At KJT Law Group, we represent workers throughout the Greater Los Angeles Area who have had their rights violated under California employment law
. We can help you determine if you have grounds for a wrongful termination case against a past employer and, if so, we are ready to fight tirelessly for the justice you are owed.