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Why Choose Miracle Mile Law Group

Here at Miracle Mile Law Group, our practice is exclusively devoted to representing employees throughout the State of California. We offer free consultations and out attorneys will take the time to listen to your story. Our employment lawyers work on a contingent basis, meaning we do not charge you a single penny upfront and we only get paid if we secure a favorable outcome on your behalf. We do this so that large corporations and greedy employers cannot get away with wrongful and illegal behavior.

Hold Your Employer Accountable For Wrongful Termination

If your termination seemed suspicious or downright wrongful, you may be entitled to compensation. At Miracle Mile Law Group, we aggressively pursue workplace wrongs and turn it into justice for employees. Whether we have to settle your case prior to filing a lawsuit, or if we have to enter litigation, we have the legal expertise to get the results you are after.

How Can An Employment Lawyer Help Me?

Hiring an employment lawyer will greatly increase the chances of obtaining a favorable outcome in your case. Often times, employers have large law firms on their side to defend them. However, we have experiencing defeating these employer’s tactics. Our employment lawyers will help you gather up your complete file from your employer, talk to witnesses, file a lawsuit if necessary, and bat for you at trial if your employer refuses to settle.

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What Is Wrongful Termination?

California is considered an “at-will” employment state. This means your employer can terminate you for almost any reason or for no reason at all. However, even though California is an at-will state, employers do not have the freedom to do whatever they choose. The reason you were fired must be within the confines of the law and cannot violate federal or state labor laws. If an employer violates the law when they fire you, it is known as “wrongful termination.”

Wrongful termination occurs when your employer discharges your employment for an illegal reason. The following reasons for termination that are unlawful include:

  • Firing an employee because of his or her age
  • Terminating an individual because of race
  • Discriminating against an employee due to a disability
  • Terminating an employee for reasons related to gender
  • Termination due to pregnancy
  • Discharging an employee because of the employee’s religion
  • Discriminating based on a person’s sexual orientation
  • Firing an employee because of military status
  • Reporting a violation of law, a safety hazard, discrimination/sexual harassment, or other fraudulent business practices

As a victim of wrongful termination, you may be entitled to various forms of compensation. An experienced wrongful termination attorney can help you recover what is known as damages in an employment case. Our lawyers will zealously pursue your rights to get you the recovery you deserve.

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