Cadry Law is dedicated to advocating for employees who have been unjustly dismissed from their jobs, a serious concern under California wrongful termination laws. In California, while employment is generally "at-will," meaning either the employer or employee can end the employment relationship without cause, there are important exceptions to this rule that protect employees from wrongful termination. These protections are based on public policy, anti-discrimination statutes, and contractual obligations, ensuring that terminations do not occur for illegal reasons.
Wrongful termination in California can take many forms, including dismissal based on discrimination (race, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, etc.), retaliation for whistleblowing or asserting legal rights (like taking family or medical leave), or violation of written or implied employment contracts. Our team at Cadry Law specializes in identifying and challenging unlawful terminations, standing up for the rights of employees who have been wrongfully dismissed. We understand the profound impact that wrongful termination can have on an individual’s career, financial stability, and emotional well-being.
Our approach to wrongful termination cases in California involves a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the termination, gathering evidence to build a strong case for our clients. We are adept at navigating the intricacies of both state and federal employment laws, providing strategic legal advice, and representing our clients in negotiations or court proceedings. Our goal is to secure justice for our clients, whether through reinstatement, compensation for lost wages and benefits, damages for emotional distress, or other appropriate remedies.
If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated, Cadry Law Group can offer the legal support and guidance you need. Contact us for a consultation to discuss your situation and explore your legal options under California law. Our experienced attorneys are committed to protecting your rights and achieving the best possible outcome in your wrongful termination case. Contact us for a free consultation.