Attorney at Law fighting Wrongful Termination in Western MA
Wrongful termination occurs when an employee's discharge is in violation of state or federal anti-discrimination laws, breach of implied employment contract or an implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. The Law Office of David M. Murphy has years of experience dealing with multiple cases of wrongful termination. We'll thoroughly investigate the termination process and assist our clients through the entire process.
Wrongful Termination in Western MA
At The Law Office of David M. Murphy, ESQ. we will review the circumstances of the perceived discrimination or retaliation to determine if your case has merit. Our Massachusetts employment law firm will help you file a complaint to your company’s human resources department when applicable, or file with an outside agency such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Massachusetts Department of Human Rights.
If you have been wrongfully terminated from your place of employment and want to settle your case, contact Attorney David M. Murphy today at 413-562-1281
We provide proactive Wrongful Termination representation to secure any benefits to which you are entitled, including:
There are a few steps you can take to help us assist you with your wrongful termination claim such as:
If you have been wrongfully terminated from your place of employment and want to settle your case, contact Attorney David M. Murphy today at (413) 562-1281 for more information or for a consultation about your case.
Are you aware that the Commonwealth of Massachusetts follows the employment at-will doctrine? This means that either party can enter or end a working relationship at any time, for any reason, and with or without advance notice. However, employers are bound to abide anti-discrimination laws that protect employees from mistreatment based on race, gender, sexual orientation, and other characteristics. The courts also protect an employee who has been fired for asserting legal rights and doing what the law requires. This includes protecting an employee who participates in whistle-blowing activities or reporting a co-worker’s unlawful behavior. Employees are also protected from being fired when a company is trying to avoid wage payments.
Other forms of wrongful termination include:
For more information call 413-562-1281