Did Your Boss Illegally Fire You? You May Have A Claim For Wrongful Termination.

While most workers in New York are considered "at will" ― meaning your boss can typically fire you at any time, for any reason, or no reason at all ― there are still certain situations in which your firing may be considered unlawful. For instance, if your employer has fired you for discriminatory reasons or in retaliation for reporting sexual harassment or discrimination, you may have a claim for wrongful termination.

If you have questions about wrongful termination claims in New York, The Rose Law Group PLLC has your answers. We will carefully explain your options and help you pursue every avenue of legal recourse available. Simply put, at The Rose Law Group PLLC, you lawyer will do everything possible to hold your employer accountable for wrongful employment practices, even if that means we have to litigate your employment dispute in court.

Possible Grounds For A Wrongful Termination Claim

Even though there are several situations in which you may have a claim for wrongful termination, some are more common than others, including:

If your boss has terminated your employment in any of the situations mentioned above, you need to contact an experienced employment law attorney right away, as you may have a claim for wrongful termination.

Contact The Rose Law Group PLLC Today

Legal recourse is often the best and only way to hold your employer accountable for wrongful termination practices. If you have questions about whether you have a claim, contact The Rose Law Group PLLC and schedule your FREE initial consultation today. You can reach us online or by calling us toll free at 800-313-7791. We serve clients throughout Queens and the surrounding areas, including Astoria and Long Island City.