Wrongful Termination–What are My Rights?

L osing your job can be a traumatizing event.

Losing your job to wrongful termination can be even more troublesome. The legal issues of dealing with wrongful termination are complicated, so it is important to seek legal advice before taking action on your own or waiting too long to file a claim.

At Conners Law, you will have an advocate by your side helping you at all times. My name is Ryan Conners, and I am a knowledgeable attorney who is committed to helping individuals who face employment law issues, including wrongful termination, retaliation and more. My focus is on representing individuals against employers.

Retaliation and Wrongful Termination

Wrongful termination and retaliation often go hand-in-hand. If you have been wrongfully terminated for reporting your employer, an employee, or reporting activities such as fraud or OSHA violations, you have legal rights. Retaliation against an employee for filing a workers’ compensation claim, reporting illegal activity and other situations is not legal.

Talk to an Attorney First

While Minnesota is an “at will” employment state, it doesn’t mean that you cannot take action against your employer if you’ve been fired. I encourage you to ask questions and to schedule an appointment at my firm to discuss your particular situation. Only after talking with an attorney and understanding your rights will you be able to make an informed decision about your situation.

Contact Conners Law

Call 612-339-1515 or by complete contact form to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation. Appointments can be made to meet your convenience. I handle cases in the Twin Cities area.