Wrongful Termination Attorneys
As an employee in Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Oakland, Marin County or Santa Cruz, you have certain rights. Among these is the right to be treated in accordance with the law. If you are terminated in violation of the law or in violation of an employment contract, you have legal options. You may be able to obtain compensation and hold your employer responsible for its wrongdoing.
Wrongful Termination Lawyers in Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Oakland, Marin County or Santa Cruz
At The Venardi Law Firm, our Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Oakland, Marin County or Santa Cruz wrongful termination attorneys stand up for people who have been treated unfairly and in violation of the law. Our wronful termination lawyers in Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Oakland, Marin County or Santa Cruz have more than 10 years of experience in cases involving wrongful termination, discrimination, and other employment law violations, and we will fight for your rights.
Contact The Venardi Law Firm today for a consultation with an experienced wrongful termination lawyer. Call 925-937-3900 or email us today.
Wrongful Termination & Federal and California Law
California and federal law prohibits the discharge of employees for certain reasons. You cannot be fired for:
- Complaining about discrimination or sexual harassment on the job
- Filing a workers’ compensation claim
- Reporting wrongdoing to your employer or proper legal authorities
If you have lost your job in violation of the law, you should obtain experienced legal representation from a wrongful termination attorney as soon as possible.
When you retain The Venardi Law Firm, wrongful termination lawyers in Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Oakland, Marin County or Santa Cruz will seek full compensation for your lost pay, benefits and other damages.
Wrongful Termination for Executives & Professional Employees
Our firm also represents executives and professional employees in the Bay Area and Northern California who are discharged in violation of existing employment contracts. If you anticipate parting ways with your employer, you should obtain legal advice before the termination occurs, if that is possible. Wrongful termination attorney Mark Venardi can review your employment contract and the circumstances of your impending or recent departure. He will explain your options, and if necessary, aggressively represent you to protect your rights and interests.
Contact Our Employment Lawyers Today!
For a consultation about a wrongful termination case, contact our firm. Our Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Oakland, Marin County or Santa Cruz wrongful termination lawyers typically operates on a contingency fee basis, which means that if we do not make a recovery for you, we will not collect a fee. Call 925-937-3900 or contact us online.