Do you live or work in
Chino Hills California? Do you feel that you have been singled out and
wrongfully terminated by your Chino Hills California employer? Many California employees feel
that they have been treated illegally and even illegally terminated from
their California employment position.
Chino Hills California is located on the Western edge of
San Bernardino County. Currently, the population of Chino Hills California is approximately
77,000 residents. It is located near Chino California and Pomona California.
Wrongful Termination cases that arise out of Chino Hills California are brought in the San
Bernardino County Superior Court.
Wrongful termination comes in a variety of situations and it is not easy to determine whether
your employer has violated California employment law without an experienced
Chino Hills employment lawyer examining every detail of your case. We always offer a FREE consultation
so call us today to discuss your California employment rights.
Some Chino Hills Wrongful Termination EmploymentScenarios:
- Terminated In Violation of Your Employment Contract or Collective Bargaining
Terminated In Violation of
California Overtime Laws
- Terminated In Violation of State or Federal Whistle blower Laws
- Terminated in Violation of State and Federal Safety Laws
- Terminated In Violations of Company Policies
Types of Wrongful Termination Cases we handle:
The Law Offices of Ryan P. McClure is a plaintiff only
personal injury and
employment rights law firm. We handle serious personal injury cases and adverse employment
decisions on behalf of current or past employees of various sized companies.
Our attorney, Ryan P. McClure spent over a decade in corporate America
working with small and large companies at various management positions.
He understands how companies operate and more importantly he understands
how to determine when a Chino Hills or San Bernardino California company
has violated California law.
San Bernardino and Chino Hills wrongful termination lawyer always offers a FREE
wrongful termination consultation. Call today to discuss your legal rights.