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San Bernardino Wrongful Termination Lawyer Serving in Rancho Cucamonga

Defending Employees’ Rights for 40+ Years

Being fired from your job is an emotionally draining and financially troubling situation to be in. It can be even more so if you were fired illegally. You may be scared and confused as to what your next step should be. If you believe you were fired from your job illegally, we are here to help. Our San Bernardino wrongful termination¬†lawyer has been defending workers’ rights in Southern California for over four decades. Law Offices of John D. Lueck strongly defends all employees’ rights and we can help you understand your rights and how to effectively fight for them.¬†The California laws revolving around wrongful termination are clear cut and inviolable. Employers who fire employees illegally are not only taking away their livelihood and ability to provide for their family, but also their dignity by not following the strict workers’ rights laws.

Contact us online or call 909-484-1963 to learn more about your rights and schedule a free consultation

Qualified & Ready to Help You

As one might imagine, we have developed a comprehensive understanding of workers’ rights laws, especially those involving wrongful termination. In addition, we are intimately familiar with all of the policies, laws, paperwork, and procedures associated with this specific area of law. Our skilled legal team works hard around the clock to ensure each and every one of our clients receives the high-quality legal representation they need and deserve.

If you believe your rights as an employee were violated in an illegal firing, we can help. We will make sure you understand your rights as a worker and we will fight to defend those rights in and out of court. Our lawyer is highly regarded by his peers and presiding judges alike because he is a persuasive negotiator and an aggressive litigator. Regardless of if you want to settle your case out of court or take it all the way to a judgment, we will support you and be with you every step of the way. Let the knowledgeable and trustworthy employment law attorney at the Law Offices of John D. Lueck fight for you today.

What is Wrongful Termination?

Wrongful termination applies to many areas and each category contains further variables to be considered in every individual case. If you feel that you were let go from your job for any reason that falls within one of the following categories, it is important that you contact our law firm today.

Categories of wrongful termination include, but are not limited to:

  • Discrimination – age, nationality, race, religion, and sex
  • Retaliation – firing an employee for making a claim of discrimination against the company or who is participating in an investigation regarding discrimination
  • Employee’s refusal to commit an illegal act
  • Violating employee termination procedures – includes overlooking company policy or disregarding the existing company handbook guidelines when terminating an employee
  • Whistleblower law – terminating an employee for reporting illegal actions or conditions to an authoritative body.

Proven San Bernardino Wrongful Termination Lawyer

Since there is no single, ironclad wrongful termination law, each category is up to interpretation by the courts. Holding the offending party accountable for their behavior is our initial recourse when dealing with employers perpetually committing violations. In order to ensure the offenders understand their violations to the fullest extent of the law, we represent our clients with an unmatched intensity that allows us to provide effective legal services to our clients.

No one should have their civil rights violated, especially in the workplace. When our clients’ well-being is at stake, we step up to the plate on their behalf to ensure their pride, integrity, and financial standing is redeemed as a result.

If you feel you have been released from your job unlawfully, call Law Offices of John D. Lueck today at 909-484-1963 and allow us to hold your employer accountable

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