WrongfulTerminationSettlements.com is a site dedicated to giving advice, information, and resources to individuals within the United States who feel they have been terminated wrongfully or discriminated against at the workplace. The website contains information on the common reasons for wrongful termination, a list of legal settlements and cases by state of wrongful termination, and useful resources such as samples of grievance letters.
WrongfulTerminationSettlements.com contains a list of a wide range of reasons why wrongful termination occurs, which helps the reader determine whether they have been unfairly dismissed or discriminated against. The reasons include: age discrimination; constructive discharge; disability; breaches of employment contract; gender; pregnancy; public policy (being fired for refusing to do something illegal); race, color, and nationality; retaliation (being fired for reporting the wrongful conduct of the employer); sexual orientation; and, whistleblowing.
Each reason has got its own dedicated webpage detailing the triggers for the reason, the various forms of the specific discrimination, and how easy (or difficult) it is to prove that the discrimination or specific wrongful termination factor has taken place.
Secondly, WrongfulTerminationSettlements.com contains details of specific cases of wrongful discharge in a number of states including California, Arkansas, Arizona, Alaska, and Alabama. The settlements page provides detailed information of each case including the parties involved, a brief background to the case, the reason for wrongful termination, the outcome of the case, and how much compensation was awarded to the wrongfully discharged employee.
In addition, the website contains a range of useful resources to help readers make a claim for wrongful termination. These include firstly, a list and links to US employment legislation protecting employees such as the Family and Medical Leave Act 1993 and the Equal Pay Act 1963. The page also includes useful links to relevant government bodies including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Secondly, the site contains guidance on how to file a lawsuit including the need to document everything about the job and the termination, finding an employment attorney, filing a complaint, and proofing that the termination was illegal, which involves the discovery process (sharing evidence), alternative dispute resolution, and going to trial. Finally, the site provides sample grievance letters to employers that can be adapted by the reader.
Interested readers can find more information at www.wrongfulterminationsettlements.com
Company Name: WrongfulTerminationSettlements.com
Contact Person: Bill Blasberg
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Address:2261 Nash Street
State: IL 60616
Country: United States