Providing Insight Into Situations Involving Wrongful Termination
Wrongful termination may occur when an employee is terminated
because of discriminatory practices in the workplace, if the company violates public policy in
the process of terminating the employee, or if the company’s own guidelines for termination
were not followed.
The employment lawyers of Randle & Randle Attorneys At Law, LLC zealously represent both employees and employers in wrongful employment actions, such as wrongful termination actions, suspensions, furloughs, failure to promote, and contract disputes. For decades, Patricia A. Randle has handled complicated and complex employment disputes and lawsuits. She has the knowledge and skills to effectively handle your case.
Protecting Employers From Harmful Lawsuits
Being sued by a current or former employee can have a dramatic impact on the functionality of your operation. We understand the threat that a wrongful termination lawsuit poses. We will aggressively protect your best interests through skillful and zealous representation. With decades of litigation experience, we are prepared to defend you in court if necessary.
In addition to reactive services, we also provide proactive legal guidance on policy and workplace rules. We can review employee contracts and other documents to safeguard your business from potential lawsuits.
Fighting For Your Rights If You Have Been Wrongfully Fired Or Disciplined
Your job is your livelihood, and when you are fired for unfair or illegal reasons, it is important to seek help from an experienced and knowledgeable attorney.
Even if you are an at-will employee, it is illegal for you to be fired for a discriminatory reason. If your race, gender, age, religion or disability was the reason for your termination, we can help you assess your options.
We understand that this is a stressful and uncertain time for you. As your lawyers, we will strive to protect you with vigorous representation. We will make sure you understand your options and aggressively pursue a favorable resolution.