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At Mehtani Law Offices, P.C., our Beverly Hills wrongful termination attorneys represent workers throughout California who have lost their jobs in violation of labor laws or employment agreements.

Unfortunately, our Los Angeles County employment lawyers know that employers are not simply going to admit that they violated the law when letting an employee go. We must prove it to pursue the best legal remedies for each of our client’s unique needs.

Here, we offer guidance to employees who believe they have been wrongfully terminated, outlining the legal grounds for such claims and the process of pursuing a case.

How Can I Prove I Have Been Wrongfully Terminated from My California Workplace?

Wrongfully Terminated

There are many forms of wrongful termination in California, including age discrimination, retaliation, breach of contract, or violation of public policy.

If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated from your California workplace, take the following steps to help build your case for success:

  • Review Company Policies & File an Internal Complaint

If you have an employment contract or were subject to specific company policies, review them carefully. If your employer has an internal grievance procedure, follow it. This might involve submitting a formal complaint to human resources or another designated department within the company. Keep any communication related to the complaint — this includes your employer ignoring it.

Your termination might be wrong if it violates the terms outlined in your agreement and the company did not follow its own termination procedures.

  • Keep Detailed Notes & Gather Documentation

Maintain a log of dates, times, locations, people involved, and descriptions of events related to your termination. This can help ensure accurate recall of important details if your case goes to legal proceedings.

Collect and organize copies of employment contracts, emails, performance evaluations, witness statements, and records of any incidents leading to your termination or the events leading up to it. These records can serve as valuable evidence to support your case.

  • File an Administrative Complaint

Depending on the circumstances, you may need to file a complaint with relevant administrative agencies like the California Civil Rights Department or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for claims involving wrongful termination due to discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.

Contact Our Trusted Wrongful Termination Attorneys in Beverly Hills, California Today

If you believe you were wrongfully terminated by your California employer, contact our skilled employment lawyers in Beverly Hills at (310)-776-3590 at Mehtani Law Offices, P.C. to schedule a free consultation today to discuss your unique circumstances with a law firm that can help pursue real results for your case.

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