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Protecting You From Wrongful Termination

Most employees in California are employed at-will meaning they can be fired for no reason at all. However, there are many exceptions to this rule, and experienced wrongful termination attorneys, like Buchsbaum & Haag, are aware of all the laws that exist that can make a termination “wrongful” or illegal.

With more than 40 years of combined experience, Buchsbaum & Haag, LLP, is one of Southern California’s leading employee rights law firms. Our lawyers are experienced negotiators and litigators have the skill to protect your employment rights when you have been wrongfully discharged or retaliated against in the workplace.

Protecting You From Wrongful Termination

Most employees in California are employed at-will meaning they can be fired for no reason at all. However, there are many exceptions to this rule, and experienced wrongful termination attorneys, like Buchsbaum & Haag, are aware of all the laws that exist that can make a termination “wrongful” or illegal.

With more than 40 years of combined experience, Buchsbaum & Haag, LLP, is one of Southern California’s leading employee rights law firms. Our lawyers are experienced negotiators and litigators have the skill to protect your employment rights when you have been wrongfully discharged or retaliated against in the workplace.

20 Reasons You Can’t Be Fired

1. Complaining about unsafe or unhealthy working conditions

2. Complaining about illegal workplace activity

3. Missing work because of jury duty or to be a witness in a legal proceeding

4. Refusing to take a polygraph test

5. Complaining about not receiving overtime pay

6. Engaging in lawful political activities

7. Discussing your earnings or salary with other employees

8. Disclosing negative information about the employer’s working conditions

9. Joining a union or engaging in lawful, off-duty activities

10. Being disabled

11. Your race or national origin

12. Your gender or sexual orientation

13. Your age (if you are over 40)

14. Reporting workplace sexual harassment

15. Reporting workplace discrimination

16. Refusing to engage in illegal conduct

17. Testifying against the company before the Labor Board or Department of Fair Employment and Housing

18. Caring for a family member suffering from a serious health condition

19. Taking pregnancy or maternity leave

20. Filing a workplace injury claim

We Are Experienced Los Angeles Wrongful Discharge Attorneys

If any of the above applies to your situation, you may be entitled to lost earnings and damages. Our employment law attorneys will protect your rights and help you fight back against wrongful termination. Contact us today for a free, confidential consultation.