Dental Assistant Wrongful Termination Lawsuit in Long BeachDid you lose your job as a dental assistant? Do you believe that your termination was unlawful? Do you think that your employer illegally fired you? If you believe that you were wrongfully terminated, you must seek legal assistance as soon as possible – as you might have grounds to take action against your employer. If you would like to explore the options available to you as a dental assistant in Long Beach who was recently wrongfully terminated, do not hesitate to contact our law firm as soon as possible.

The employment attorneys at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group are ready to provide you with all the information that you need. Our wrongful termination attorneys at our firm are ready to answer all your questions and address all your concerns. Our Long Beach attorneys have many years of experience handling a variety of employment claims. If you would like to discuss your wrongful termination with our Long Beach lawyers, do not hesitate to contact our law firm as soon as possible.

Wrongful Termination and Employment Laws

Wrongful termination occurs when employers make the decision to terminate an employee based on illegal reasons – including discrimination or infringement on basic employment rights, for example. There are many laws that prohibit wrongful termination in the workplace. These laws protect employees. The most important employment laws which you should have a thorough understanding of include both Title VII of the Civil Rights Act (federal law) and the Fair Employment and Housing Act (Californian state law). These employment laws make it clear that employees cannot be terminated based on specific reasons (such as protected personal characteristics like race, sex, and religion, for example). For more information about all the laws that prohibit wrongful termination, do not hesitate to contact our law firm at your earliest convenience. Our employment attorneys are ready to help you understand the different employment laws that are relevant to your claim.

The Options Available for Dental Assistants who have been Wrongfully Terminated

You were terminated from your job as a dental assistant in Long Beach; now what? What could you do? What are your options? Do you have any options? In general, employees with claims have a few options. They could go through a federal employment agency, a state employment agency, or civil court, for example. As an employee who has been wrongfully terminated, you should be familiar with the following:

  • The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the federal employment agency responsible for enforcing federal employment laws and overseeing employment claims. Wrongfully terminated employees have the right (under some circumstances) to pursue charges with the EEOC.
  • The Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) is the California state employment agency responsible for enforcing state employment laws and overseeing employment claims. Wrongfully terminated employees in the state of California have the right to pursue charges with the DFEH.
  • Wrongfully terminated employees can pursue civil lawsuits against their employers. Claimants only have the right to pursue civil lawsuits after they have received the right to sue from either the EEOC or DFEH.

In many instances, employees who are wrongfully terminated are not aware of the options available to them. Because of that, many employees simply take no action. If you would like to learn more about the options that are available to dental assistants who were wrongfully terminated from their Long Beach positions, do not hesitate to seek legal assistance as soon as possible.

Could Terminated Dental Assistants Recover Compensation?

You were wrongfully terminated; could you receive compensation? Are dental assistants that are subject to wrongful termination eligible to recover any form of compensation? Although monetary compensation cannot solve all problems associated with illegal terminations, victimized employees are often entitled to such compensation. What type of compensation could you receive? How much compensation could you receive? Without a doubt, it is likely that you are eligible to recover compensation; however, specific questions about the compensation that you could receive should always be reserved for an experienced attorney.

Consider the following common categories of compensation often eligible for recovery:

  • Lost Income
  • Lost Benefits
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Punitive Damages

For more information about the specific type and amount of compensation that you might be eligible to recover, do not hesitate to seek legal assistance with our experts as soon as possible. The employment attorneys at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group are ready to dedicate themselves to helping you recover the compensation that you deserve. Our attorneys will always aggressively fight for your right to recover the highest amount of compensation available for your claim. If you would like to discuss the compensation available for recovery with the employment lawyers at our law firm, do not hesitate request to speak with our attorneys as soon as possible.

Important Timelines for Wrongful Termination Claims

Undeniably, you have the right to take action against your employer after you were wrongfully terminated from your position as a dental assistant in Long Beach. Although you have the right to sue and receive compensation, you could – unfortunately – lose this right. All claims are subject to specific timelines; however, employment claims are often subject to stricter timelines that are also shorter than timelines for other claims.

Consider the following points:

  • Wrongfully terminated employees have 1 year to file a charge with the DFEH.
  • Wrongfully terminated employees have 1 year to file a civil lawsuit after receiving the right to sue from the DFEH.
  • Wrongfully terminated employees have 180 days (300 days in California) to file a charge with the EEOC.
  • Wrongfully terminated employees have 90 days to file a civil lawsuit after receiving the right to sue from the EEOC.

Are you unsure about the specific timelines that might apply to your claim? If so, it is essential that you seek legal assistance as soon as possible. The knowledgeable attorneys at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group are ready to evaluate your claim and provide you with the information that you need to better understand the timeframes applicable to your claim, do not hesitate to contact our firm today.

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Were you working as a dental assistant in Long Beach? Were you fired from your position as a dental assistant? What was the basis of your termination? Do you believe that you were terminated unlawfully? If there were illegal reasons behind your termination, it is possible that you were wrongfully terminated. Were you wrongfully terminated? What could you do if you were wrongfully terminated? Do employees in Long Beach have rights? Can you take action against your employer after you were wrongfully terminated? If your dental assistant termination was unlawful, you might have grounds to take action and pursue a claim against your employer. If you would like to learn more about what you could do and how you should proceed after being wrongfully terminated, it is essential that you seek legal assistance as soon as possible. The employment attorneys at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group are ready to provide you with all the legal assistance that you need. California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group is an employment law firm with many years of experience handling a variety of employment claims – including wrongful termination claims. Our experts have the expertise necessary to ensure that your claim reaches a successful outcome. If you would like to discuss your claim with the wrongful termination lawyers at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group, contact our law firm as soon as possible.

Our firm is dedicated to helping all employees who have been wrongfully terminated. Our attorneys are ready to represent you and provide you with the legal assistance that you need. If you were wrongfully terminated from your job as a dental assistant in Long Beach, you must contact our Long Beach employment experts as soon as possible. Our firm offers both free consultations and free second opinions. During our free consultations and free second opinions, our wrongful termination attorneys will be available to answer all your questions, address all your concerns, and provide you with all the information that you need to file your claim and reach a successful claim outcome. If you would like to benefit from our free consultations or free second opinions – regardless of whether you want to start your claim or redirect your claim after meeting with an incompetent attorney – you could trust the employment lawyers at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group. If you are ready to schedule a free consultation or a free second opinion, contact our firm today.

The free legal services discussed above are available as part of our Zero-Fee guarantee. Our Zero-Fee guarantee ensures that our clients never have to worry about paying any upfront legal fees for any of our legal services. Our law firm is also based on a strict contingency structure; therefore, our clients will never be required to pay any legal expenses until after reaching a successful outcome. To discuss your claim with the employment attorneys at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group, contact our law firm today.

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