What Are My Rights After I've Been Wrongfully Terminated?

The term "wrongful termination" is generally a termination that violates a certain public policy. While not all terminations are against the law, it is important to learn about your rights if you feel you have been wrongfully terminated. When you talk to an attorney you can get the information you need to make an informed decision.

At The Law Office of Omid Nosrati, we work with individuals throughout Southern California who face employment law issues, including issues of wrongful termination. Attorney, Omid Nosrati, has dedicated his firm to representing employees. He is a strong advocate for his clients and is an experienced litigator. Learn more about what our clients are saying about us.

Employee Rights After Illegal Firing

California is an "at-will" state, which means that an employee can be legally fired under some circumstances. If an employee is fired for reasons that go against California public policy, he or she may be able to bring a wrongful termination claim. California public policy involves issues concerning:

  • Race
  • Gender
  • Religious belief
  • Disability

If we determine that your situation involves a violation of California public policy, we can represent your interests in a wrongful termination claim. Mr. Nosrati has particular knowledge of the nuances of California laws and how they affect wrongful termination claims.

Learn more about wrongful termination by visiting our FAQ page.

We Offer A Free Initial Consultation With Our Lawyer

Please contact us at (310) 553-5630 or online through email to schedule your first consultation. Our office is located in Los Angeles and we handle cases throughout Southern California. Initial consultations are held directly with attorney Omid Nosrati.