Our attorneys stand up for workers' rights
Employers sometimes punish employees for speaking out about discrimination or other illegal behavior at work. And one of the most common ways companies punish such workers is by firing them.
Wrongful termination cases can be difficult under any circumstances. But when such cases involve an employer retaliating against an employee, the situation can become confrontational or even potentially dangerous.
That's why it's critical that people wrongfully terminated for their actions talk to an attorney as soon as possible. That's why we want to meet with you at Klie Law Offices today. Our experienced West Virginia wrongful termination lawyers can explain all the legal options available to you, then help you decide which one best suits your specific legal needs.
Common reasons why
Companies sometimes fire employees for taking certain actions. In particular, employers sometimes retaliate against employees who:
- File complaints at work, including complaints concerning:
- Sexual harassment
- Workplace safety violations
- Unsafe working conditions
- Request long-term medical leave
- Claim workers' compensation or other legally mandated benefits
- Are involved in contract negotiations at work
There are many other reasons why employers retaliate against employees and wrongfully terminate them. Whatever the circumstances are in your particular situation, contact our law firm and schedule your free case evaluation.
How we can help
Employers who retaliate against employees can be intimidating. They also often hire entire teams of attorneys to defend their actions. That's why it's important to have us on your side, standing up for your rights.
Our attorneys have decades of experience handling complex legal cases involving employees who were wrongfully terminated. We thoroughly understand West Virginia's employment laws and we know what tactics work best. That's why we have such a strong track record of success.
Whether it's negotiating with your employer or filing a lawsuit against them on your behalf, we're prepared to do whatever it takes to successfully resolve your case. We're here for you when you need us most. Call our law firm today and find out how we can help you.