Seeking Fair Compensation For Arizona Employees
Most employment contracts are “at will.” This means that employers can fire you for nearly any reason, but it does not mean they can break the law. If you were recently fired, you may have a wrongful termination claim against your former employer.
At the Law Office of Elliot S. Isaac, P.C., we have over 30 years of experience fighting for employees’ rights in the Phoenix area. We will help you understand your rights and pursue the compensation you deserve after wrongful termination.
Was It Really Wrongful Termination?
Employers have many legal reasons for firing people. Perhaps they do not have the money left to pay you. Maybe they believe you were not performing the work well. They may not even have any reason. None of these is illegal.
However, if your employer fired you in breach of your employment contract or for one of these reasons, you deserve to be compensated:
- Discrimination against your race, religion, color, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability status, or family and medical leave status
- Whistleblowing when you inform the company of your reasonable belief that the company has violated, is violating, or will violate Arizona or federal law
- Collecting workers’ compensation if you were injured on the job
Union members and government employees may also have other protections against wrongful termination. The best way to know if you have a strong case is to come in and talk with attorney Elliot Isaac.
Righting The Wrongful Termination
Beginning with a free initial consultation, we will make sure that you understand your rights. If you were fired illegally, we will pursue all of the compensation you deserve:
- Financial compensation for lost wages
- Continuation of benefits
- Out-placement services to get another job
- Classification of the termination as voluntary resignation
- Compensatory damages
- Attorneys fees
Our focus is primarily on getting a settlement, severance or award that is in your best interests. If you want your job back, we may also be able to work toward your reinstatement.
Call 602-350-9392 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your wrongful termination concerns. You will meet directly with your lawyer, and we will give you an honest evaluation of your case.