Las Vegas Lawyers For Wrongful Termination
The basis of wrongful termination claims can make things extremely complicated. It can be hard to determine whether a termination was in violation of the law or not. It is best to speak with an experienced Las Vegas unlawful discharge attorney who knows Nevada and federal employment laws if you have questions or reservations about your job termination. It is crucial to contact an attorney immediately if you feel that you have been wrongfully terminated. Gabroy | Messer will help you with your wrongful termination claim. For guidance, please call the Gabroy | Messer Employment Attorneys in Las Vegas today when any of the following are true regarding your case.
- Nevada and/or federal laws were violated by employers.
- There was a contract breach, whether implied or written.
- You were terminated for acts of harassment or discrimination.
- The termination was due to whistleblowing or retaliation.
Dedicated Las Vegas Unlawful Discharge Lawyers
A person can file a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for wrongful termination. Although this is not a common practice, the EEOC will review your claim and decide if they will accept your case. They will usually issue a “right-to-sue” letter giving you 90 days to file a private lawsuit. The EEOC can ask an employer to take part in a mediation session if they are not clear on the issues.
If you have difficulty obtaining the right to sue, our Las Vegas unlawful discharge attorney can assist you in EEOC mediation. We can also assist you with Department of Labor claims relating to terminations due to wage-and-hour claims, such as not getting a paycheck, overtime pay, or working “off the clock”.
Most cases will require that all administrative remedies have been exhausted before you can file a lawsuit. Our Las Vegas unlawful discharge attorneys are dedicated to representing you throughout the complete arbitration process and, if necessary, to skillfully fight your case in Court.
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To schedule a consultation with one of our Las Vegas unlawful discharge attorneys, call 702-259-7777. We aim to answer all email and phone messages within 24 hours.