Wrongful Termination From Employment
Many employers strive to treat their employees well. Not all employers, however, care about their employees or legal requirements regarding the employment relationship. Sullenger Law Office represents individuals who have been the victim of an unlawful wrongful termination.
The law imposes specific requirements for Wrongful Termination claims. Not every termination is unlawful, even if the terminated employee believes the termination was unfair or "wrong." Employers are not, however, allowed to terminate an employee because of the employee's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age (over 40), military status, or because the employee has made a complaint about illegal activity ("whistleblower" activity), among other things.
Sullenger Law Office has more than a decade of experience in handling these claims. We can help you identify when you have been subjected to illegal treatment. Once we determine that you have a legal claim, we will become advocates dedicated to your case. We'll take the time to investigate thoroughly and develop as much evidence as possible. Then, we'll push for a successful resolution. These cases are sometimes resolved by settlement but we aren't afraid to go to trial when that best serves our clients' interests.
If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated in violation of the law, call Sullenger Law Office at (270) 443-9401 to schedule a consultation so we can evaluate your case and discuss what we can do to help you.