In Los Angeles we are all just living in a fantastic bubble, right? Hollywood stars, the latest iPhone updates, and Instagram likes are the only things that matter. Or maybe, every day we face the harsh reality of living in a smog filled, expensive urban metropolis, where earning two times your monthly rent is a quite a feat in itself. The truth is, we do not live in a vacuum. Los Angeles is not exempt from the rest of the world. Just like any other individual, our job is fundamental to our well-being. NBC Universal, just like any other company is not exempt from facing legal punishment for unlawful employment practices. If you are an employee at NBC Universal and feel as if you were wrongfully terminated, take action now! We know an illegal termination can take a toll on someone, and California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group wants to help your expose any kind of unlawful behavior that may be veiled behind the glitz and glam of NBC Universal’s mass media production conglomerate.
It is almost impossible to avoid the severe consequences of being jobless in Los Angeles. At times, living a sustainable life is not east. The essentials like food, gas, and a roof over your head are increasingly expensive. Losing a job can make life extremely difficult and cause numerous amounts of pain and suffering. However, our NBC Universal wrongful termination lawyers in Los Angeles want to help you pick up the pieces to your severed life and set you back on the right track to success.
Los Angeles NBC Universal Wrongful Termination Lawyer
If you feel you were wrongfully terminated by NBC Universal, you may be eligible to file an NBC Universal wrongful termination lawsuit. A wrongful termination, by law, is when an employer terminates an employee and by doing so has broken the law or created a breach in contract. A lot of times, wrongful terminations cases go hand in hand with the presence illegal discrimination. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits employment practices discriminate against an employee’s race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. So if you were fired from NBC Universal because of one of these aspects, such as your race, your rights under Title VII have been violated and you may have the ground to sue NBC Universal for wrongful termination. California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group has some of the best NBC Universal racial discrimination attorneys in Los Angeles who know all the details of Title VII. They know Title VII specifically covers employees that belong to a company that employs 15 or more people. NBC Universal employs about 64,000 people, which in turn, means that you are covered under this Federal law. For those that belong to smaller companies, the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) applies to companies with 5 or more employees. The FEHA also prohibits any type of employment discrimination based on race or color, ancestry or national origin, religion, creed, age (over 40), mental and physical disability, sex or gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, and military or veteran status. As an employee of NBC Universal, you are covered under both laws.
If you were wrongfully terminated because of your age, one of our NBC Universal age discrimination lawyers will tell you the different ways in which your rights have been violated. Under the FEHA, NBC Universal has broken the law. Your rights under the age discrimination amendment, The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) of 1967, of Title VII have also been violated. The ADEA protects employees over the age of 40 from facing employment discrimination. Similarly, the Americans with Disabilities Act, amended under Title VII, protects employees from disability discrimination. One of our NBC Universal discrimination attorneys< will tell you how you can sue NBC Universal for disability discrimination. If identify as a disabled NBC Universal employee, you should know your rights of reasonable accommodation as well. Employees are required to provide any reasonable accommodation to you as long as it does not cause them undue hardship. Make sure you are not being taken advantage of and not fully being granted access to all your rights.
If your termination was related to a pregnancy, for instance if NBC Universal asked you to quit because you were pregnant, then this too is illegal. The Pregnancy Discrimination Act identifies that sex discrimination includes discrimination in terms of pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions. The FEHA protects you from pregnancy discrimination under the protected category of sex as well. If you are a pregnant employee at NBC Universal, make sure you know your rights. California has several laws that may apply to you. For example, you may be entitled to unpaid leave with guaranteed job security through the Family Medical Leave Act and the California Family Rights Act. All these laws prohibit any negative job related retaliation. If you were fired for being pregnant or any related reason, you may want to sue NBC Universal for pregnancy discrimination and illegal termination. Sexual harassment also falls under the umbrella of sex discrimination. One of our NBC Universal sexual harassment lawyers can help you with your case if you feel you have fallen victim to unwanted sexual misconduct.
NBC Universal wrongful termination lawsuits can be worth monetary and psychological value
Retaliation under Title VII and FEHA is illegal. If NBC Universal harasses you and retaliates against you after any kind of discrimination charge, it is clear you were wrongfully terminated by NBC Universal and you need to seek help from one of our lawyers who has experience in NBC Universal wrongful termination cases. One of our city’s top NBC Universal harassment lawyers will fight on your behalf to receive as much redemption as possible from being illegally and negatively treated by your employer. NBC Universal wrongful termination cases can have an average value of $40,000, but can reach up to the millions. On top of this, possible remedies may include front pay, back pay, reinstatement, and more. These outcomes can have a major impact on your road to recovery after losing your job.
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Whether NBC Universal’s basis for firing you was age, sex, race, or any other protected category, NBC Universal wrongfully and illegally fired you, and you deserve to file a lawsuit and seek full compensation for any of the hardships you faced due to a wrongful termination. A California wrongful termination attorney for NBC Universal employees at California Labor Law Employment Attorneys Group will gladly listen to your case and give you’re a free consultation. We also honor a zero-fee guarantee policy where you are not charged anything unless we win your case. If you are already working with a lawyer who can help sue NBC Universal for wrongful termination, we will provide a free second opinion to evaluate your wrongful termination lawsuit against NBC Universal. Our goal is not to take your money, but to give you a lawyer with experience in NBC Universal wrongful termination cases that will show value in your case and seek maximum compensation for your illegal loss of work.