Amazon Wrongful Termination Lawyers How long were you working with Amazon? What led to your termination? If you believe that you were terminated based on discriminatory reasons or reasons that infringed your rights as an employee, your termination might have been wrongful. What could you do if you were wrongfully terminated from your position with Amazon?

What are your options after suffering a wrongful termination? Do you have the right to take action against Amazon if you were wrongfully terminated? What are your options in regards to taking action against your employer? Are you eligible to recover compensation if you take action against your employer after being wrongfully terminated?

If you have any of the questions above, it is essential that you seek legal assistance as soon as possible. If you would like to discuss your current employment situation with experts on wrongful termination, do not hesitate to contact California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group as soon as possible. When you contact California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group, you can be certain that you will have access to the knowledgeable lawyers at our firm. Our Amazon wrongful termination lawyers have many years of experience successfully handling employment claims against even the most recognized employers. If you would like to discuss your claim with our experts on wrongful termination, do not hesitate to contact our lawyers at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group today.

What is Wrongful Termination?

Many employees do not know anything about wrongful termination until it happens to them – even then, they lack any real information regarding wrongful termination. Wrongful termination occurs when an employer makes a decision of employment (such as the decision of termination) based on illegal reasons. More specifically, wrongful termination occurs when employers violate the rights of their employees in terminating them. Wrongful termination is illegal based on a number of laws, such as the Civil Rights Act (specifically Title VII) and the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). Besides these two laws, there are many other laws that make certain employment actions/decisions illegal (such as termination based on retaliation). Do you believe that you were wrongfully terminated? Were you terminated from your job with Amazon due to unlawful reasons? If you believe that you were fired from your Amazon position illegally, you might be curious about your rights to take action against your employer.

About the EEOC and the DFEH: Taking Action after Your Wrongful Termination

What can you do after being wrongfully terminated by Amazon? When you encounter an issue in your workplace, such as discrimination, violations of your rights, or termination, for example, you should be aware of your options. There are employment agencies on both the federal and state levels. These agencies enforce employment laws and handle employment claims when they arise. On the federal level, employees are protected by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). On the state level (specifically in the state of California), employees are protected by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). When you are wrongfully terminated, you must file a charge with either of these agencies. The EEOC and DFEH will investigate your claim and take action against your employer given that your claim is valid. If you would like to learn more about the EEOC, the DFEH, and your right to take action against your employer after being wrongfully terminated, do not hesitate to speak with our experts today.

The Possibility of Filing a Civil Lawsuit against Your Employer

If you were fired from your Amazon workplace, you have the right to pursue action through the EEOC or DFEH. However, you might be wondering about your right to pursue a civil lawsuit against your employer. Do you have the right to sue Amazon after suffering a wrongful termination? Although you could file a civil lawsuit against Amazon for your wrongful termination, you do not automatically have this right. On the contrary, you have to be granted the right to sue from either the EEOC or the DFEH. How can you get the right to sue? The EEOC and DFEH generally grant employees the right to sue after culminating their investigations. However, wrongfully terminated employees can also request the right to sue directly from the EEOC or DFEH. What can you do after receiving the right to sue? After you receive the right to sue, you will have the right to file a civil lawsuit; therefore, being granted the right to sue means that you could start the legal process against your employer and file a civil lawsuit for wrongful termination. If you would like to learn more about getting the right to sue and filing a wrongful termination claim against Amazon, do not hesitate to contact our law firm as soon as possible.

Could You Recover Compensation?

You might expect that taking action against your employer might result in reinstatement, mandatory training requirements, or important policy changes, for example. However, depending on the details surrounding your wrongful termination, you might be eligible to recover monetary compensation. In general, wrongful termination claims can result in claimants recovering some of the following types of compensation:

  • Lost income
  • Lost work benefits
  • Pain and suffering
  • Punitive damages

If you have any questions regarding the compensation that you could receive, do not hesitate to contact our law firm as soon as possible. The experienced wrongful termination attorneys at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group are ready to evaluate your claim and provide you with all the information that you need to better understand the type and amount of compensation that you could receive. Our Amazon wrongful termination lawyers are committed to you and your claim; therefore, they will not rest until you recover the highest amount of compensation available for your wrongful termination claim against Amazon.

Consider the Deadlines

Without a doubt, you have the right to take action against your employer; however, you could lose this right to sue if you fail to act within a reasonable length of time. All claims are subject to strict deadlines. If you do not file your claim within the specific deadline that applies to your claim, you will – unfortunately – lose your right to take action against your employer. Because taking action against your employer is so time-sensitive, it is essential that you seek legal assistance as soon as possible.

When you discuss your current situation with legal experts, you can be certain that you will have all the information that you need to file your claim within the correct length of time. Consider the following time frames that might apply to the action that you take:

  • You will have 300 days to file a wrongful termination charge against your employer through the EEOC. The 300-day timeline only applies to claims within California; claims from other states might be subject to shorter timelines.
  • After requesting/being granted the right to sue from the EEOC, you will have 90 days to file a civil lawsuit against Amazon.
  • You will have 1 year to file a wrongful termination charge against your employer through the DFEH.
  • After requesting/being granted the right to sue from the DFEH, you will have 1 year to file a civil lawsuit against Amazon.

If you are not willing to lose your right to sue simply because of a lack of information, you should take time to familiarize yourself with the deadlines mentioned above. If you would like to learn more about the specific timelines that apply to your claim, do not hesitate to contact the experts at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group at your earliest convenience.

Contact Our Law Firm Today

How long were you working with Amazon before you were terminated? Do you believe that you were wrongfully terminated? Do you believe that the reasons behind your termination were illegal? If you believe that Amazon wrongfully terminated you, you should seek legal assistance as soon as possible. The experts at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group have many years of experience handling employment claims and helping victimized employees exercise their rights in the workplace. California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group is an employment law firm dedicated to representing victims of wrongful termination. If you would like our wrongful termination attorneys to evaluate your claim and provide you with the guidance that you need to take action against your employer, do not hesitate to contact our law firm at your earliest convenience.

When you contact the experts at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group, you will find that you will have access to our free legal services. Our law firm offers both free consultations and free second opinions to all employees who have been wrongfully terminated. During our free consultations and free second opinions, our wrongful termination lawyers will be available to evaluate your claim, answer all your questions, address all your concerns, and provide you with all the information that you need to take action against your employer. These free legal services ensure that you have access to our attorneys regardless of whether you are interested in beginning or redirecting your claim. Because wrongful terminations usually result in some sort of financial loss, our free legal services ensure that you could seek legal assistance without having to worry about expensive legal fees. If you would like to schedule a free consultation or a free second opinion, do not hesitate to contact the Amazon wrongful termination experts at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group as soon as possible.

The free consultations and free second opinions available at our firm are available through our Zero-Fee guarantee. Our Zero-Fee guarantee ensures that our clients never have to worry about having to pay any upfront legal fees for any of our services. Our law firm is also strictly based on contingency; therefore, our clients will never have to worry about having to pay anything until their wrongful termination claim reaches a successful outcome. If you are ready to discuss your claim with our Amazon wrongful termination attorneys, do not hesitate to contact our law firm as soon as possible.
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