Were You Wrongfully terminated?

Have you lost your job? Do you believe the reason that you lost your job was illegal? If you were wrongfully terminated from your job, you may be able to collect a variety of different types of damages. We can examine the facts of your case and identify any ways in which your rights were violated.

At-Will Employment

One of the issues that needs to be considered is the fact that most employees are considered as at-will employees. If an employee does not have an employment contract that specifies the terms of his or her employment, he or she is considered as being employed at will. At-will employees lack many of the protections workers with employment contracts benefit from. However, that does not mean that at-will employees have no protections.

At-will employees are protected against being terminated for a number of reasons including:

  • Race
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Disability
  • Religion

Workers are also protected from being terminated for:

  • Filing worker's compensation claims
  • Reporting illegal activity
  • Retaliation for pursuing discrimination or harassment claims

The Lawyer You Can Depend On When You Have Been Wrongfully Terminated

At Randolph M. James, P.C., our firm is committed to protecting the rights of terminated workers. If you have been terminated and you believe it was for illegal reasons, we encourage you to come and discuss your situation with us. Attorney Randolph James has been working to help his clients overcome the most challenging circumstances for more than three decades. The experience and skills he has acquired over those years of service allow him to offer his clients real hope of securing damages such as:

  • Lost wages
  • Benefits
  • Future pay

We may also be able to help you secure reinstatement to your lost job.

Randy James has been a licensed pilot for decades. Being a pilot allows Randy to serve clients across the state.

Wrongful Termination Lawyers Serving Winston-Salem And Throughout North Carolina

You deserve representation that can help you fight for your rights. Turn to Randolph M. James, P.C., for the assertive and effective help you need. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 800-266-4503 or contact us online.