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Las Vegas Wrongful Termination Attorney

If you recently lost your job and believe you were terminated unjustly, contact Panish Shea & Boyle LLP. You could be the victim of wrongful termination. Employers in Las Vegas may wrongfully terminate employees for blowing the whistle on unsafe or illegal business practices, for discriminatory reasons, or after they complain about sexual harassment in the workplace. Taking on a wrongful termination case doesn’t have to be intimidating with the right attorney in your corner. Trust us for exceptional legal representation.

How Can You Tell It’s Wrongful Termination?

Like most states, Nevada obeys “at-will” employment laws. This means that the employer or employee has the freedom to end employment at any time – without needing to give notice or a reason. At-will laws can make it more difficult to prove a wrongful termination claim because employers can lawfully fire workers for almost any reason or for no reason at all. Note, however, that the at-will doctrine has limitations. It is not legal for employers to terminate the employment relationship in the following ways:

  • In violation of state or federal laws
  • In a breach of an employment agreement
  • Based on discrimination against the employee for his/her age, race, sex, religion, gender, disability, or genetic information
  • Through harassment based on a protected class
  • As retaliation for protected practices, such as whistleblowing

If an employer has an employee handbook, this document could legally bind the employer to exceptions to the at-will rule. For example, if an employee handbook describes job security and termination procedures and the employer breaks these, the termination might be wrongful. An oral contract ensuring job security could also be evidence of wrongful discharge. Contact our lawyers for a free employment claim review in Las Vegas if you suspect you’re the victim of wrongful termination. We’ll let you know if you have a valid claim.

Do You Need an Attorney?

Hiring an attorney to represent your Las Vegas wrongful termination claim can greatly improve your odds of successfully obtaining financial compensation. An attorney will go up against major corporations, fight with insurance companies, and take your claim to court if need be. The lawyers at Panish Shea & Boyle LLP will protect your best interests with passion and determination, helping you feel safe and supported in your time of need.

If your wrongful termination incident resulted in the inability to support your family, damage to your professional or personal reputation, or difficulty securing another job, contact us. You might be eligible to recover all of the financial and personal damages relating to your discharge – including getting your job back if that’s what you want. Our lawyers will work with you to identify your exact goals for your civil claim and work hard to meet them.

Don’t navigate a difficult employment law case in Nevada on your own. Retain Panish Shea & Boyle LLP to work with attorneys with experience. We can easily review employment contracts, employer policies, performance reviews, past incidents at your workplace, whistleblower lawsuits, and any other documents that may pertain to your case. We can then build a lawsuit against your employer for wrongful termination. If you’re wondering about your rights after recently losing your job in Las Vegas, contact our lawyers today.

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