Wrongful termination attorneys have a crucial responsibility to assist people whose employers may have violated the law. If you feel that you have been unfairly or unlawfully terminated, then it’s vital that you act quickly to seek legal advice. Nevada has a strict statute of limitations on wrongful termination cases. Once the deadline is past, it is no longer possible to file a lawsuit.

Under the law, Nevada is considered an employment “at will” state. This means that an employee and employer may enjoy an ongoing relationship for an unspecified term until one or the other decides to end the relationship. Either party may have a reason for ending the relationship or no reason at all. However, it is essential that the employer does not even appear to break the law when a worker is fired.

State and federal laws protect workers from being fired for unlawful reasons. For example, it is illegal for a company to fire an employee based on that person’s age, gender, sexual orientation, race or ethnicity. Workers who believe that one of these factors played a role in their firing may want to speak with wrongful termination attorneys.

Similarly, it’s not lawful for a company to fire a worker based on retaliation. A worker who brings a sexual harassment claim against a supervisor or blows the whistle on corruption within the organization is protected by law. The company may not fire the employee based solely on these activities. If they do, then wrongful termination attorneys may need to step in on the worker’s behalf.

Most wrongful termination cases are not so blatant that they are easy to win. Subtle nuances may have the greatest impact on the outcome of the litigation. This is why experience matters in these cases. As knowledgeable wrongful termination attorneys in Nevada, Gabroy | Messer are accustomed to examining the finer details that may make it possible to prevail. Additionally, their familiarity with the applicable laws, commitment to justice and courtroom experience make them the ideal advocates for workers who feel that their former employer has treated them unfairly.

Contact Gabroy online or call 702-259-7777 for a free initial consultation regarding your wrongful termination today.

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