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Any time you are working at a job, you are expected to fulfil the duties of the position. If you have been employed at your position, and have fulfilled the duties of the job and were then fired anyway, you may have a case of a wrongful termination. If you have experienced this situation while working at the University of San Diego, you are most likely blindsided, confused and angry. You did not expect to be fired from your job, and may want answers and closure from your boss and employer. Unfortunately, oftentimes there is no closure at all, you are just left out in the cold, and have to fend for yourself in this type of situation.

But all of this will change, when you call our law office and give us a chance to sit down and talk to you about your claim. We are able to meet with you and align you with a lawyer who is ready to win this case against the wrongdoers from the University of San Diego who caused your economic losses and damages. When you call our law office, you will be connected now to talk to an attorney who will work without hesitation to get you the reimbursement package that you need for this type of claim.

Can I Sue for a Wrongful Termination from My Employer?

Yes, we can sue your employer the University of San Diego for wrongful termination. You need to just pick up your smartphone, and give a call to our Los Angeles case lawyers right now. They can file a lawsuit on your behalf for your wrongful termination claim, and you will be satisfied with the results of your recovery compensation packages against the University of San Diego for damages. You will want to be reimbursed for the lost wages that you have incurred, and for the shock of being fired from your job at the University of San Diego. We are able to help you in both respects, and our case attorneys in Los Angeles can sue on your behalf. We will approach your claim with a winning attitude to success, and we are ready to talk to you right now.

Types of Wrongful Termination and Discrimination Commonly Found in the Workplace

There are many different types of discrimination found in the workplace. Each type of discrimination is illegal, and should not be tolerated in the workplace. When you have been discriminated against by your employer the University of San Diego, you need to have a knowledgeable attorney on your side.

When you call us today, we are ready to initiate a lawsuit that will tick all the boxes and get you the reimbursement package you need to recover compensation for your damages and losses related to your wrongful termination and discrimination claim. You may have been discriminated against in more than one category, and not even know it! The categories of discrimination include:

Racial Discrimination

  • Title VII
  • Section 1961
  • Executive Order 11246

Sex Discrimination

  • Equal Pay Act (pay only)
  • Title VII
  • Pregnancy Act

Religious Discrimination

  • Title VII
  • Executive Order 11246

National Origin Discrimination

  • Title VII
  • Section 1961
  • Executive Order 11246

Age Discrimination

  • Age discrimination in the Employment Act

Disability Discrimination

  • Americans with Disabilities Act

If you have had the misfortune to experience wrongful termination by the University of San Diego on the job, you understand that it is more than just having a “bad feeling” about working in that workplace. People who are discriminated against have emotional scars from being treated unfairly, and some can develop clinical issues related to this type of unfair treatment.

Employers are expected to treat everyone fairly, but with a wrongful termination, you have been fired or let go from the job unfairly. You don’t need to suffer in silence on this one. You can give our law office a call, to talk to a lawyer with experience in this handling this exact type of claim against the University of San Diego. We know what it is that you want to achieve with a lawsuit, and that is to get your rightful settlement package for recovery compensation right now.

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We are able to offer you a zero-fee guarantee when you call our office. You will be able to speak with an attorney with expertise in this case. There is no need to delay in making this call to us. You will want to act quickly before it is too late. Call now for your zero-fee guarantee.

Being Dismissed from a Job for an Unjust Reason

When an employer such as the University of San Diego uses an unjust dismissal to “get rid” of an employee, it is illegal. An employer needs to dismiss an employee from employment legally, there are laws to protect the employee from the employer just “winging it” and firing people willy nilly. Many people are given protected status under the laws, and for a good reason. The people protected from being fired and terminated unjustly as a protected class are:

  • Minorities
  • Women
  • Older employees
  • Veterans
  • Disabled employees

To some extent if people are wrongly dismissed from a job because of their sexual orientation, they may fall into this class of protected individuals as well.

“Help, My Employer the University of San Diego Wrongfully Terminated Me, What Do I Do Next?”

If you have been wrongfully terminated from your job at the University of San Diego, you need to call us today. Whether the wrongfully terminated employee is a member of the group of protected individuals or not, you can initiate a lawsuit for a wrongful termination for an unjust dismissal. There are many reasons for an unjust dismissal, including:

  • Reporting illegal activity at work
  • Refusal to falsify records
  • Refusal to lie for the employer
  • Being fired before you are due to receive a bonus

When an employer such as the University of San Diego unjustly terminates an employee, there are as many reasons as there are different types of employment categories. An employer can unjustly terminate an employee for any reason, but that does not stop you from having the ability to fight back.

You need to pick up your smartphone and give us a call right now. You should call our law offices today, to talk with an experienced attorney in Los Angeles who is ready to get you the desirable results you want right now. You may need to get reimbursement from the University of San Diego for your lost wages, or to get a recovery compensation package to reimburse you for your earned and deserved bonus, that your boss just cheated you out of by firing you for no cause. Whatever the situation, we are here to talk to you about it today.

Free Second Opinion

Our law office will give you a free second opinion regarding this case. We are able to connect you with a lawyer with a firm specialty in this type of case. This will put you in the position of getting the best advantage as you go towards settling out this case. We are here for you, to let you enjoy the advantage of working with an experienced law firm handling your wrongful termination case.

Call for a Free Consultation

We are able to offer to you a free consultation when you call us regarding your wrongful termination case against the University of San Diego. We have on staff attorneys who specialize in this exact type of claim, and we are available and here to manage your case to help you make the right decisions for your full monetary recovery. Call us to talk to the lawyers who can help with your wrongful termination case today!