When Employers Unlawfully Fire Employees
Oklahoma is an “at will” employment law state, which generally means your employer can fire you for any reason. This does not mean that wrongful termination cannot occur, as it continues to be a problem throughout the State of Oklahoma and nationwide. Our attorneys at Whitten Burrage are well-versed in the complexities of employment law.
Get Compensated For Your Wrongful Termination
Whitten Burrage has a proven success rate that speaks for itself. Our attorneys are experienced in representing employees who have been wrongfully terminated, so we are well-equipped to aggressively pursue your claim. We have successfully pursued novel theories, such as intentional infliction of emotional distress, alongside wrongful termination claims when, for example, an employer wrongfully terminates an employee due to their cancer diagnosis. Our firm will conduct rigorous research to ensure the most ethical and successful representation. We always give clients the truth regarding the strength of their cases and their best legal options.
Have You Been Wrongfully Terminated?
Wrongful termination can come about in many ways, such as breaching an employment contract, discrimination of any type (including race, gender, sex, disability, pregnancy, or sexual orientation), discrimination due to a severe illness, retaliation for filing a workers’ compensation claim, retaliation for whistleblowing, or retaliation for any complaints made against the company.
Rely on Trusted Employment Attorneys
At Whitten Burrage, consultations are free. We regularly receive referrals and provide guidance to other law firms if we are not the right fit for you. To reach us, call 888-801-8682 to have a conversation with one or more of our trusted attorneys.