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The most important way, and also the easiest way, to protect your legal rights is to report your injury to your employer. Most states require that you report your injury within a certain period of time, typically the same day or within a few days of the incident. Depending on the circumstances of the injury, this may not always be possible, but it is important to report the injury as quickly as is practical.

The next step you can take to protect your rights is to file a claim with the workers' compensation court or industrial court in your state. Again, this puts your employer, the court and your employer’s insurance company on formal notice of your injury.  CLICK HERE to contact us online.

Lots of things change when you lose your job. In addition to the obvious financial consequences, you can experience significant stress, your days may lack purpose, and you will need to find a way to explain to potential employers why there is a gap in your employment. Losing your job can be difficult under the best of circumstances. Losing your job is more difficult and frustrating when your termination is wrongful.

​If you believe that you were wrongfully terminated, or if you are concerned that you may be wrongfully fired, we encourage you to contact us right away. If you have been wrongfully terminated, you could be entitled to compensatory and punitive damages, and it is important that you speak with an attorney as soon as possible.

We handle wrongful termination cases on a contingency basis. You pay us nothing unless we obtain money for you. Contact us online or at (714) 377-1068 to schedule a free consultation.  CLICK HERE to contact us online.