Wrongful Termination

Most people are employed at will, meaning the employer can terminate the employment at any time. However, employers may not fire a worker for reasons that are illegal. There are a number of federal and state laws that protect workers. These include Title VII of the Federal Civil Rights Act, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, and many others. The wrongful job termination lawyers of MONTGOMERY FETTEN will protect your rights and help you seek justice if you have been unfairly terminated for any of the following reasons:

  • Reporting discrimination based on race, ethnic origin, nationality, color, or religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, or pregnancy
  • Retaliation for having filed a Workers’ Compensation claim.
  • Reporting sexual harassment that you were a victim of or that you witnessed.
  • FMLA retaliation (maternity/paternity leave or family medical leave)
  • “Whistleblowing” Retaliation for refusing to participate in illegal behavior or threatening to report it.

The Bridgewater, New Jersey law firm of MONTGOMERY FETTEN represents terminated workers throughout Central New Jersey and Northern New Jersey. Our partners have more than 90 years of combined litigation experience, including extensive practice in all aspects of employment law.

If you have been fired for any of the above reasons, or terminated for a bogus reason after witnessing or reporting any of the above, contact the wrongful job termination lawyers of MONTGOMERY FETTEN. We will conduct a thorough investigation of the employer and employee records to demonstrate that there was a sudden change of heart about the employee, or a pattern of retaliatory actions prior to the firing.

We will listen to the facts of your case in a free initial consultation, and give you an honest assessment of the merits of your claim. If we take your case, MONTGOMERY FETTEN will usually agree to pursue your case on a contingency basis – no attorney’s fees unless we recover damages.

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