Fired After Filing A Workers' Compensation Claim?

In terms of employment law, California is an "at will" state. This means that your employer can terminate you for any reason not prohibited by law. But what happens if you are fired after filing a workers' compensation claim? Are you still entitled to workers' compensation benefits? Can you sue your employer to keep your job?

California Labor Code Section 132a makes it illegal for an employer to fire, threaten to fire, or discriminate against an employee for filing a workers' compensation claim. If your employer has treated you in this way, you have rights. You may be able to obtain reinstatement in your job, as well as back pay and benefits, expenses and additional compensation in the form of a penalty assessed against your employer.

The attorneys at the Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr., are ready to represent you. Call us today at 626-593-9031 for a free initial consultation about your case.

Experienced Workers' Compensation And Employment Lawyers

At the Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr., we aggressively represent injured workers and victims of discrimination. Highly knowledgeable in both workers' compensation and employment law matters, we work tirelessly to protect our clients' rights.

Your ability to provide for your family depends on your health and your job. If you have been the victim of retaliation after a workplace injury, we will use our investigative and advocacy skills on your behalf. In addition to helping you obtain all of the workers' compensation you deserve, we will also seek the other remedies you are entitled to.

Free Consultation With A Lawyer

Contact the Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr., by calling 626-593-9031 to schedule a complimentary consultation and case evaluation. We have offices in Monrovia and Los Angeles to serve you.