Do you live in Moreno Valley California or have you suffered from an adverse employment action such as wrongful termination,
sexual harassment, or discrimination in Moreno Valley California? Do you feel that you have been singled out and
wrongfully terminated by your Moreno Valley California employer? You are not alone. Many employees feel that they have been treated illegally and even illegally terminated from their Moreno Valley California employment position. A California
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
California employment lawyer examining every detail of your case.
Some Wrongful Termination Employment Scenarios:
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 California
wrongful termination 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 California company has violated California law.
Our Moreno Valley wrongful termination lawyers & attorneys always offers a FREE
wrongful termination consultation. Call today to discuss your legal rights.
Depending on the nature and outcome of your California wrongful termination case you may be entitled to any of the following;
- Back Wages
- Front Wages
- Emotional Distress Damages
- Benefits and Premiums unique to your employment
If you feel that you have been wrongfully terminated or singled out by your Moreno Valley California employer you should consult with an experienced Moreno Valley
wrongful termination lawyer as soon as possible because there a specific time lines called statute of limitations in the state of California. Call today to protect your employment rights.