In search of a Las Vegas layoff lawyer? Though Nevada is a “work at will” state — which means employers can fire employees at any time, and workers can quit in equal measure — wrongful terminations still happen.

Every year, people successfully sue employers in the wake of a layoff. Companies may cite anodyne and lawful reasons, but what’s said and what can be proven are two different things. If you convince a judge that a firing likely violated your civil or medical rights, you win.

What Qualifies as Wrongful Termination in Nevada?

Nevada’s at-will work statutes are superseded by state and federal civil rights and medical leave laws. Workers can win wrongful termination claims provided they prove that there’s a 51 percent chance their employers let them go for:

  1. Discriminatory reasons, like an aversion to one’s race, sexual orientation, gender, religion, age, or disability;
  2. Calling attention to unlawful harassment in the office or complaining about a hostile work environment;
  3. Whistleblowing;
  4. Filing a valid workers’ compensation claim;
  5. Using qualified family leave;
  6. Making an ERISA claim;
  7. Refusing to engage in illegal activity;
  8. Exercising their right to vote or obligation to attend jury duty.

Additionally, unlawfully breaching a contract, which included employment terms, also falls under the wrongful termination umbrella. To determine if your situation amounts to a viable case under Nevada code, get in touch with a Las Vegas layoff lawyer.

How Much Money Can I Win in a Nevada Wrongful Termination Lawsuit?

People illegally laid off from their jobs can sue for lost wages, associated medical expenses, and the right to be reinstated. When employers act egregiously, judges and juries may award punitive damages, which can climb into the millions of dollars.

Consult with a Las Vegas Layoff Lawyer

If you’ve been let go and want to consult a Las Vegas layoff lawyer, get in touch with Gabroy Law Offices today. Their experienced team of employment attorneys will assess your case, explain the available options, and guide you towards the best possible outcome.

Don’t give up before you try, and don’t assume they’ll win. David can and does beat Goliath. Employers who engage in wrongful termination must be held accountable, and you deserve to be compensated.

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