San Francisco Wrongful Termination Attorneys
Seeking Justice & Fighting for Compensation in California
The first question that needs to be answered in any employment termination is whether the termination was unlawful or “wrongful.” While many times a termination may seem (or actually be) unfair, not all unfair terminations are unlawful. If a termination is unlawful, you may be able to sue your prior employer in court and recover damages. If you have questions about whether your particular firing was wrongful/illegal, the highly qualified attorneys at Delfino Green & Green will help you determine whether your firing will entitle you to recover damages.
Contact us online or call us today at (415) 466-8544 to schedule a free case evaluation with one of our experienced wrongful termination lawyers in San Francisco.
About Your “At-Will” Employment Status
Does your at-will employment status prevent you from suing your employer for wrongful termination? The short answer is no. Employers often attempt to convince their employees that their at-will status means they don’t have rights and can be fired at any time and for any reason. That is not the case. Your employer cannot legally fire you for discriminatory reasons or in retaliation for reporting illegal activities. If you believe you’ve been terminated for reporting something illegal or based on some discriminatory reason or practice, call one of the highly qualified attorneys at Delfino Green & Green and we will help you determine whether your firing will entitle you to recover damages. We can be reached at (415) 466-8544 or you can contact us online.
Here are several reasons why you should hire Delfino Green & Green:
- Our knowledgeable attorneys have over 30 years of in-depth legal experience
- We have a complete understanding of employment law and all its associated aspects
- As a result, we recovered tens of millions of dollars for our clients over the years
- Our wrongful termination attorneys in San Francisco will work relentlessly on your behalf and pursue the full and fair compensation you are entitled to
Taking Cases on Contingency & Providing Free Initial Consultations
Determining whether your firing was legal and whether you are entitled to damages is very complicated. Why try and figure this out yourself when you can get a free initial consultation from one of the highly qualified attorneys at Delfino Green & Green? And, if we decide to take your case, we may take it on a contingency fee basis, which means we don’t get paid unless and until we settle or win your case for you. Call and let us help you determine whether your firing was illegal and whether you’re entitled to recover damages.
Please feel free to call us today at (415) 466-8544.