Wrongfully terminated? Get the compensation you deserve.
Most employees fall under “at will” employment. This means that an employer may terminate employees for any or no reason, whenever they choose. However, there are a number of exceptions to “at will” employment in Kentucky and elsewhere. Most commonly, employees cannot be terminated or fired because of discrimination, whistleblowing against illegal activity, or as an act of retaliation. Being fired for military service commitments or family and medical leave also constitute wrongful termination.
If you have been a victim of wrongful termination, you may be eligible for remedies including monetary compensation from your former employer. It is important that you speak with a Kentucky labor law firm with experience handling wrongful termination lawsuits. If we take your case, we will work hard to ensure you receive the maximum compensation you deserve.