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What is a Wrongful Termination?
Wrongful termination is a type of employment law claim that occurs when an employee is fired or laid off in violation of the law. Several circumstances may give rise to a wrongful termination claim, including discrimination, retaliation, breach of contract, and violation of public policy.
If you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated, you may be able to file a lawsuit to seek remedies such as lost wages, damages, and other compensation with the help of an attorney for employees in California.
How long can a wrongful termination case take?
The length of a wrongful termination case can vary greatly, depending on the case's complexity, the evidence's availability, and the parties' willingness to reach a settlement. Generally, a wrongful termination case can take several months or even years to resolve.
What are the steps in a wrongful termination lawsuit?
There are several steps involved in a wrongful termination lawsuit, discussed next.
Administrative process or agency complaints
Before filing a lawsuit in court, you may need to go through an administrative process or file a complaint.