Have You Been Wrongfully Discharged, Fired Or Terminated?
We Can Protect Your Rights
Since Employee Advocates, LLC, was founded, we have tried to live up to our name and defend the rights of Connecticut workers. No matter what type of industry you work in, if you believe you have been wrongfully terminated or discharged, we are here to help you. We can help you evaluate the circumstances that led to your dismissal and establish whether you have a valid case.
Contact us today to schedule a free initial telephone consultation to discuss your situation. We will give you an honest assessment of your claim and use our experience to explain your legal options.
Attorney Len McDermott has been helping employees for over 35 years. Throughout his 20 years of legal practice, he has helped employees who are wrongfully terminated, fired, or discharged for any of the following reasons:
- Sexual orientation
- Sexual harassment
- Discharged Union members
We Hold Employers Accountable When They Violate The Law
Many of these circumstances are outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as clear violations and exceptions to the Connecticut employment at-will policy. Our office will help you gather evidence to support your case, and we will negotiate with your former employer.
Wrongful discharge or termination may also include being fired as a retaliatory act for reporting a safety or OSHA violation or exercising any other statutory right you have as part of being a responsible employee. We can show you how your employer has violated state or federal public policies, not covered by a statute.
We also help people who leave one job because of implied promise by another employer of employment. Our dedicated employment lawyer can help see if an implied contract was established and if you have rights in this situation.
Your Solution Starts With A Consultation
Our approach to wrongful termination, firing, and discharge claims is to be comprehensive. We will help you with all CHRO and EEOC filings and attend hearings with you on your behalf. We will help you file a lawsuit in state or federal court, when appropriate, to help you collect damages, lost wages, court costs, emotional distress compensation as well as attorney’s fees.
To schedule a free initial telephone consultation to find out how Employee Advocates, LLC, can help you, contact us today.