In most cases, employment is "at will," meaning that you can resign from your job at any time. This also means that your employer can terminate employment at any time and for any reason, as long as no discrimination is involved.
If you've been a stellar employee and suddenly find yourself without a job for no apparent reason, then you may feel that you were wrongfully terminated.
If you are a victim of any of the above, or to discuss your case with our Clarksville employment lawyers, call Hibbeler & Associates at (931) 563-9057.
A sudden termination can be devastating. You may feel angry and want to lash out at your manager, but you must resist the urge to do so.
By following the above steps, you'll have a stronger case against your employer in the event that you want to file a lawsuit. Allow our Clarksville employment law attorneys to help you go over this vital information and help you build a strong case on your behalf.
If you feel discrimination was at play in your recent job loss, Hibbeler & Associates can help. Sudden termination is a devastating situation. Having to find new work in time to pay bills is no easy task. We'll uncover the evidence needed to challenge your termination. If our Clarksville wrongful termination attorneys find anything wrong on your employer's part, you may be able to receive compensation for damages.
If you need legal representation for your workplace issue, contact Hibbeler & Associates today at (931) 563-9057.