Wrongful Termination from Employment
Have you been wrongfully terminated from your place of employment? At the law firm of Thornberry Brown, LLC, we represent people throughout Missouri and Kansas in a wide range of employment law matters, including cases based on wrongful termination.
A wrongful termination case may be based on conduct prohibited by state or federal laws, including the ADA, ADEA, Title VII, FMLA, or the Missouri Human Rights Act. These and other employment laws clearly state that an employer may not terminate or discriminate against an employee based on their race, gender, disability, religion, country of national origin, or age. Too often, workers are unaware of the rights and protections afforded them under the law. Our attorneys can review your case and discuss the legal options available to you. We understand how to work with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and are prepared to coordinate information between EEOC investigators and our client.
Asserting the Rights of Workers – Wrongful Termination
Our law firm represents people who have been wrongfully terminated in violation of state or federal laws. We have extensive experience in the negotiation and litigation of wrongful termination claims in state and federal courts. We handle all wrongful termination matters, including:
- Termination based on race
- Termination based on gender
- Whistleblower claims/reporting an employer’s illegal activity
- Retaliatory termination for complaints of discrimination
- Retaliatory termination for complaints of harassment
- Workplace discharge in violation of state and federal laws
Even if you have quit your job, you may have a cause of action. If your employer made your work so intolerable that you were forced to quit, you may have a cause of action for constructive discharge. If you are still a current employee, you may have legal recourse for the harassment or discrimination you experienced in the workplace.
Contact Our Kansas City, Missouri Wrongful Termination Attorneys
If you feel you have suffered an unfair firing, the best course of action is to consult with an attorney. To learn more about your rights and options, contact our office in Kansas City, Missouri. To reach our office, call (816) 531-8383, or contact us by e-mail.