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San Diego County Wrongful Termination Lawyers

Carlsbad Fair Employment and Housing Act Attorneys Who Represent Workers Only

California is an "at-will" employment state, which means employers may fire an employee for any reason with or without reason and with or without cause. However, there are a few exceptions to "at-will" employment, including discrimination, retaliation and contract claims.

If you feel that you've been wrongfully terminated, you should consult with an attorney immediately to determine your rights and any applicable deadlines to file your claim. Some claims are subject to a statute of limitations, which may prevent you from filing a claim if you wait. It is important to consult with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible in order to gain a comprehensive understanding of your legal, employment and financial situations.

Contact The Law Offices of Laura J. Farris in Carlsbad for a free initial consultation to discuss your claim and your legal options. Our law firm is dedicated exclusively to representing the rights of employees only, and Ms. Farris has been working on behalf of employees only since 1993.

Experienced Representation Focused on Client Service

California's Fair Employment and Housing Act protects the rights of workers, and our lawyers can help you put those laws to work in wrongful termination, wrongful dismissal, harassment and discrimination claims involving:

We are focused on serving the needs of our clients at every stage of their claim. You can rely on us not only for highly effective employment law representation, but also as reliable counsel who will keep you informed and involved.

Call Our San Diego County Wrongful Termination Attorneys Today

Contact our Carlsbad office today to schedule a free and confidential consultation to discuss your wrongful termination case. Call us at 760-712-3874 | 888-810-9402.

As an employee, you owe it to yourself to understand your rights, as well as all of your options in the event your rights have been violated. Unfortunately, you cannot always count on your employer to know and protect your rights.