In short yes you can sue your job and employer if you were treated unfairly. The unfair treatment must violate a contract law or federal and state discrimination and wage laws. It is highly suggested that you contact a legal expert in these matters such as The Law Firm of Mauro Fiore Jr. who has settled over $250,000,000 for victims of unfair employment cases and personal injury. They have been practicing for over 20 years and were names Superlawyer of the year for the 5th year in a row which is an award that only goes to the top 1% of employment lawyers in the country.
The Law Offices of Mauro Fiore Jr has been awarded for the 5th year in a row the coveted Superlawyer award reserved for the top 1%. We do not charge any upfront or out of pocket fees to our clients as we work on contingency fees only. What does that mean? We only win if you win- that is how confident we are about our team and we have over $250 million in settlements to back up our track record of happy clients.
Wrongful termination can be filed either at the state or federal level and the statute of limitation varies based on what classification the termination falls under: Defamation, Fraud, Breach of Contract or as a Result of Discrimination. Based on the case type the statue can be anywhere from 180 days to 4 years. To get more specifics on the statute of limitation for you case we suggest speaking with an actual wrongful termination attorney. At the Office of Mauro Fiore Jr our team is more than happy to help determine the amount of time you have to file against your employer. Contact us now for a free consultation.