Filing A Wrongful Termination Claim In California
There is a specific process that claimants must adhere to in order to successfully preserve their rights in wrongful termination cases. Employees are protected both by federal and state law. At Solmer Law Corporation, our employment attorneys can help you file a claim correctly and ensure that the process goes as smoothly as possible.
Our lawyers understand how stressful it is to lose your job and potentially your livelihood, especially if the termination was for wrongful reasons. You can count on us to stand up for you.
Discrimination-Related Wrongful Termination Claims
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is a federal administrative agency dedicated to investigating claims of discrimination in the workplace and, if applicable, wrongful termination that stemmed from discrimination. The EEOC's state counterpart is the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), which also investigates lawsuits relating to discrimination in California workplaces. Before bringing a lawsuit based on a violation of certain anti-discrimination and related laws, you may be required to first pursue a claim with the EEOC and DFEH.
Both the EEOC and the DFEH can be contacted in response to wrongful termination. But you must request a “Right to Sue” letter before proceeding with state court. Our Orange County wrongful termination attorneys can help you navigate your options and provide you with further information on the nuances surrounding state and federal proceedings.
Let's Talk About Your Options
Contact us to learn more about the many options you may have to resolve a wrongful termination dispute. You can also call us at 714-794-8558. We look forward to speaking with you about your employment rights.