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Brooklyn Wrongful Termination Lawyers

What Is Wrongful Termination?

This is a very good question, because New York is an employment at will state. This means your employer often does not need a reason to fire you unless you have signed an employment contract or bargaining agreement that says cause must be provided.

However, wrongful termination may have occurred if you are discharged from employment for illegal reasons such as discrimination or if your company violated its own policy by firing you. Losing your job in this way can easily leave you feeling angry, upset, scared and confused. You need a law firm that focuses exclusively on employment law and protecting your rights.

At White, Ricotta & Marks, P.C., we understand that your career is important to you in terms of supporting yourself and your family, your future and your self-image. Our knowledge and application of state and federal laws may be the solution to your problem if you live or work in Brooklyn and feel you have been wrongfully dismissed from your job.

Contact our New York employment law firm today to speak with one of our experienced and compassionate Brooklyn wrongful termination lawyers about your situation during a free initial consultation.

What Legal Remedies Are Available if You Have Been Fired Illegally?

There are other reasons you may have been wrongfully terminated in Brooklyn. Did your firing come as retaliation for complaining about hostile conditions in your workplace? Were you a whistleblower who pointed out safety violations or other illegal acts being committed by your employer?

If our Brooklyn employment attorneys determine that you have a valid wrongful termination claim against your former employer, we will aggressively pursue the following types of damages you may be entitled to, including:

  • Lost wages
  • Lost benefits, such as health, life and disability insurance, and retirement plans
  • Punitive damages for your employer’s behavior
  • Nonmonetary damages, including being reinstated to your former position or the company being forced to change its policies

We Want to Hear About Your Situation. Contact Us Today.

Speak to a firm committed to protecting your career and your rights. Call White, Ricotta & Marks, P.C., with offices in Queens and Long Island, today at 800-240-9269 or send us an email to discuss your situation.

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