Wrongful Termination Lawyer
Serving Minneapolis / St. Paul and Surrounding Areas
If you’ve been subject to a wrongful termination, you need an experienced attorney to help you protect your rights. Below are a few examples of wrongful termination claims.
Wrongful Termination Based on Discrimination:
Most states, including Minnesota and Wisconsin, are at-will employment states. “At-will employment” means an employer can terminate an employee at any time, for any reason, as long as that reason isn’t discriminatory. However, if you are fired or demoted because of your gender, race, national origin, religion, disability and sexual orientation, then you may have a wrongful termination claim against your employer.
Wrongful Termination Based on Retaliation:
Wrongful termination can also be based on an employer’s retaliation against an employee for reporting a perceived violation of his/her rights. If you reported a violation of your rights as an employee and, as a result, you are terminated or demoted, then you may have a claim for retaliation and wrongful termination against your employer.
Wrongful Termination Based on a Breach of Contract:
If you have an employment agreement in place with your employer and your employer does not abide by the terms of the contract, the employer has breached the contract. If you are fired in violation of your employment agreement, you may have a claim for wrongful termination.
If you think you’ve been subjected to a wrongful termination, you need an experienced employment attorney on your side. Protect your rights and contact Joseph A. Larson Law Firm PLLC for a consultation today.
To schedule a free analysis of your claim, call (612) 206-3704.