Employment Attorneys Protect Employee Rights
If your employer dismissed you for an unlawful reason, you can fight back. If you were terminated when your employer did not have the right to release you “at will” or as a means of retaliation, we can help. At Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. we are the experienced wrongful termination and employment lawyers who have been serving employees and employers alike for nearly four decades.
Losing your job is stressful no matter the circumstances, but feeling as though you have been wronged by a former employer can be particularly distressing. If you believe that you were wrongfully terminated, KGG employment law attorneys will protect your rights. We have a reputation for results that will give you confidence in our team to fight for you, as well as lending credibility to your case.
What is Wrongful Termination?
Some common grounds for legitimate wrongful termination suits include:
- Discrimination on the basis of race, gender (including pregnancy), religion, national origin, sexual orientation and disability
- Sexual harassment
- Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Disputes
- Hostile work environment
- Whistleblower retaliation
- Wage, hour and overtime issues
- Direct violation of a written or verbal employment agreement
Victims of wrongful termination can sue to recoup lost wages and benefits, and pursue an award that reflects emotional damage and harm to your reputation. Our employment lawyers can represent you if you suffered financial and/or emotional damage due to defamatory statements made about you by your former employer.
Employment Attorneys Who Handle Wrongful Termination Suits
Our employment attorneys are also experienced in handling negotiations or litigation on behalf of a business owner or employer who is facing allegations of wrongful termination. Our investigators and research resources explore every avenue toward defense of an employer’s right to conduct business as they wish without workforce legal issues.
We will examine the facts of your case and give you an honest and fair assessment as to how we believe it will be most beneficial to proceed. If you are an employer in this type of a dispute with former employee, and you believe you have done nothing wrong, speak with KGG about the best way to forcefully defend your position.
Need a Wrongful Termination Lawyer?
We can be reached toll-free at (800) 711-5258. If you leave a message with us after business hours, we will return it promptly. You may also fill out the contact form on this site. We offer evening appointments by request. Our firm is client-focused, and conveniently located within our communities in Rockland County, New York and Bergen County, New Jersey.