New Jersey Wrongful Termination Lawyers

Learn What Constitutes Wrongful Termination in New Jersey and How to Take Action

Have you suddenly been terminated from your job for reasons that seem unlawful? Many people in this situation feel helpless, angry, or confused about what transpired.

If this has been your experience, the New Jersey wrongful termination lawyers at Zipin, Amster & Greenberg want to help. Let us explain what wrongful termination is, what laws exist for workers like you, and what steps you should take to receive justice and compensation.

What is Wrongful Termination?

While employers may be able to terminate workers for a number of reasons, there are limitations. Wrongful termination occurs when an employee’s termination is a violation of state or federal laws.

Sometimes, wrongful termination is the result of discrimination, such as firing a worker because of their age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, place of birth, familial status, or pregnancy.
Other times, wrongful terminations occur when an employee refuses to obey a supervisor’s instructions to perform an unlawful action.

Employees can also face wrongful termination in the form of retaliation. This often occurs when a worker is fired after making a complaint against unlawful activity at the workplace, which may include reporting discrimination or harassment against yourself or others, complaining about unpaid wages, and whistleblowing activities.

Examples of Wrongful Termination

The wrongful termination lawyers at Zipin, Amster & Greenberg have helped countless victims of wrongful termination. Some common examples of these cases include:

  • An employee is terminated because they need to take disability leave, because they are pregnant, or because they are an older worker. This is wrongful termination because it’s discrimination.
  • A worker was fired after complaining about OSHA violations, filing for workers compensation, or after reporting sexual harassment. This is an example of wrongful termination in the form of retaliation.

While these are some of the most common examples, there are still many other ways that wrongful termination can take place. If you are unsure if losing your job constituted wrongful termination, contact the attorneys at Zipin, Amster & Greenberg today.

Is Wrongful Termination Illegal in New Jersey?

Workers are protected from wrongful termination on both federal and state levels, making wrongful termination illegal in the state of New Jersey.

Examples of laws against wrongful termination include the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, or LAD. There are also federal protections, such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which prohibits any employer from terminating employees because of their, sex, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, and ethnicity.

Let our wrongful termination attorneys help you avail yourself of the rights and protections that New Jersey and the United States offers workers like you.

What to Do If You Have Been Wrongfully Terminated

Your employer may have made you feel powerless after illegally terminating your employment. However, you possess the power to get justice thanks to the rights and protections offered by our country and by the state of New Jersey.

To exercise those rights, you should first seek legal representation from attorneys who are experienced with wrongful termination cases in New Jersey, such as Zipin, Amster & Greenberg.

Our wrongful termination lawyers will work together with you to accrue evidence of your wrongful termination as they construct a case that puts the law on your side.

Our New Jersey Wrongful Termination Lawyers Know How to Win

The legal team at Zipin, Amster & Greenberg has helped victims of wrongful termination receive the maximum compensation after suffering injustice at the workplace. Our strategic approach will put you in a position of power by utilizing every state and federal law to maximize your settlement.

Employment Attorneys That Fight for You

Our wrongful termination attorneys understand how companies can try to take advantage of New Jersey workers like you for their gain. We’ll take your case personally as we put our years of experience and legal knowledge to work in order to ensure you receive full compensation.

Contact Our New Jersey Wrongful Termination Lawyers

The wrongful termination lawyers at Zipin, Amster & Greenberg are ready to do everything possible to help victims of discrimination of like you. Let us protect your rights and win your case by using our legal insights and understanding of employment law for your benefit.

Fill out our contact form today or call us at (551) 244-1257.

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