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Illinois Wrongful Termination Attorney

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Pink Slip Or Red Flag?

You know the reason you were given for having been fired from work. But is that the real reason? If you believe that the reasons given for your dismissal were a smokescreen for a darker truth, you need the help of a lawyer with significant nationwide employment law experience. Call the Law Offices of Todd M. Friedman, P.C., at to discuss your suspicions and explore your options.

Some Reasons Don’t Fly

Many employers hire on an “at-will” basis, meaning that they can fire employees at any time for any reason. Despite this seemingly insecure arrangement, there are certain legally established reasons for which an employer cannot fire you. For example, you may have a wrongful termination case if you’ve been fired after having reported:

You may also have a case if you were fired after having taken time off for maternity leave, after taking protected time off under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), or if you refused to partake in illegal activity that your boss requested. If you have a feeling that your firing was not right, don’t ignore it. Call us to speak with our experienced Los Angeles wrongful termination lawyer, Todd M. Friedman.

Uncovering The Hidden Truth

Wrongful termination cases can be hard to prove. Even if your suspicions that you’ve been wrongfully discharged are likely correct, you still need evidence to show that you were fired for illegal reasons. Gather any information you can, including emails and other correspondence, employment contracts and other related documents. Co-workers who may have witnessed important interactions at your place of employment may be able to provide valuable information as well.

One of the benefits of working with the Law Offices of Todd M. Friedman, P.C., is direct contact with the lawyer handling your case. Attorney Todd M. Friedman can analyze your situation and determine if you have enough evidence to mount a viable case against your former employer.

Call For Your Free Initial Consultation

Discuss your situation with attorney Todd M. Friedman and get the information you need to make the right decision for you. Call our office at or toll free at or email us.

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