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Wrongful Termination


Aggressive Representation in Rochester, NY

In the state of New York, "employment-at-will" laws mean that employers can terminate the employee at any time for any reason. Likewise, an employee may decide to quit for any reason - or for no reason at all - without warning. These laws mean that, in most cases, you do not have legal recourse if you have been discharged from your job, even if there didn't seem to be any basis for the termination.

In certain cases, however, employment termination is an actionable offense. These scenarios include:

  • You were terminated because of illegal discrimination
  • Your termination was a form of employer retaliation
  • You were discharged in an attempt to prevent you from collecting or obtaining deserved benefits

There are several other situations that could constitute wrongful termination. If you have reason to believe that you were discharged for an illegal reason or on the basis of discriminatory action on the part of your employer, it is crucial that you seek experienced counsel from a Rochester employment lawyer who is thoroughly familiar with this field of law. You could be entitled to monetary benefits.

The attorneys at The Glennon Law Firm, P.C. have represented numerous victims of wrongful termination and are prepared to put this experience to work for you. Get help from a firm that is dedicated to protecting the rights of workers.

Protect Your Employee Rights

With an award-winning history of effective representation, our lawyers have the experience and skill that you need on your side. We can evaluate your situation, determine whether you have a case, and assess your options. Don't hesitate to receive the informed counsel and tenacious advocacy that you deserve.

Call The Glennon Law Firm, P.C. at (585) 294-0303 today to set up an initial case consultation.