Fired?-Signs that Tell of the Possibility for You Successfully Filing for Wrongful Termination
A number lose their jobs by virtue of termination and for far too many, they cannot tell whether or not the firing was legal or not, as well known as wrongful termination. The reality however is that most employment is “at will” which implies that as an employee, you may be fired at any time for any reason or even for no reason at all, provided the reason is not illegal.
However as an employee, you should know that there are some special exemptions to this rule, the at will rule, and as well some legal remedies that can help you keep your job or even sue your employer for wrongful termination. Read on and see some of the following as some of the things that you can take advantage of and know of the possibility of you successfully suing your former employer for wrongful termination of employment contract.
Krause and Kinsman is one of the well known legal entities that you can turn to for the legal help you need for such cases of wrongful termination and like employment cases for they have been known for success with the many cases they have handled for their clients in the past and you can reach them here. Let’s dive straight into the signs that you have a case for wrongful termination below.
One of these is where there is some violation of some form of written promise or promises. By and large, some form of written statement or a written contract that promises you job security is one of the strongest arguments against the assumption that you are an at will employee. A good case in hand would be such as where you so happen to be having a written contract that states that you will only be dismissed from your employment in the happening of some cause stated under the contract or as per the terms stated in the contract. If as well you have an offer letter that promises your continued employment, then know that this as well happens to be a sure one when it comes to suing for wrongful termination.
Added to this, pay as well attention and remember any implied promise or promises made at time of contracting or employment as these will as well be so helpful when it comes to the need to file for a case of wrongful termination against your former employer. By and large, these may be a little bit difficult to prove for many employers will often be so cautious as not to make any statements to promise continued employment but if you can prove these, then you will have them as well good at setting you apart from the at will employee category.