Taking Immediate Action When Wrongful Termination Occurs
New Jersey is an at-will state in regard to employment. That means that employees or employers may terminate a working relationship at any time for almost any reason. However, when a discharge violates employment law, then it is considered wrongful termination.
If you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated, it is important to consult with a strong trial lawyer who will tirelessly advocate on your behalf. If you are in Bergen County or elsewhere in New Jersey, I invite you to contact me, Stephen Roger Bosin, Esq.
Protecting Employee Rights
During my career of more than 30 years as an attorney, I have represented countless individuals who have been subjected to wrongful termination due to:
- Employment discrimination
- Whistleblowing activities
- Workplace harassment
- Breach of contract
- Medical or family leave violations
An employer does not have to fire an employee unlawfully to have committed wrongful termination. A discharge from employment can be considered wrongful termination if the employer has created a hostile working environment that would cause any reasonable person to resign.
Representing Workers’ Interests
There are numerous protections in place for workers set by state and federal statute. I know the law, and I will help you stand up for your rights in and out of the courtroom.
If you have been treated so poorly that you were forced to quit or if you were terminated for reasons that include filing a harassment or discrimination claim, please contact me by calling 866-476-4104. I regularly represent the interests of employees who have been poorly and unlawfully treated.