St. Louis Wrongful Termination Attorney
Fighting for Your Rights in Jefferson, St. Charles & St. Louis Counties - (314) 684-8406
- 30+ Years of Combined Experience
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- Millions of Dollars Recovered on Clients' Behalves
While most employment is at will - meaning the employment relationship can typically be terminated by the employer or employee at any time with or without cause or notice - an employer may not fire an employee because he or she refuses to violate the law or reports illegal conduct.
If you have been wronged by an employer and / or were fired on terms that are considered wrongful, then you may be eligible to file a wrongful termination lawsuit with help from a St. Louis, Missouri employment law attorney from Riggan Law Firm. The firm's dedicated professionals have 30 years of combined experience in providing outstanding employment law legal assistance to clients in St. Louis and surrounding areas.
If you were fired for any of the following reasons, you should contact Riggan Law Firm right away:
- Refusal to perform an illegal act or commit a violation of public policy
- Complaining about the employer's safety violations internally within the company and / or to a governmental agency such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration or the Mine Safety and Health Administration Reporting the employer's wage / hour violations to the Department of Labor
- Reporting a hospital or nursing home for patient abuse / neglect
- "Blowing the whistle" internally to certain management employees
- Serving on jury duty
- Engaging in union-related activity, such as joining a union or engaging in collective bargaining
- Asserting a workers' compensation claim or exercising other rights under workers' compensation laws
- Participation by employees of publicly traded companies in making a claim of or participating in an investigation of alleged violations of federal mail, wire, bank, or securities fraud statutes, any rule or regulation of the Securities and Exchange Commission, or other provision of the federal law relating to fraud against shareholders
Have you been unlawfully terminated from a position or unlawfully harassed at work? If so, you need to contact an attorney as soon as possible. When you work with Riggan Law Firm, the unlawful employer can be held accountable and brought to justice. When you retain the legal assistance of an employment lawyer with our St. Louis, MO employment law attorneys at Riggan Law Firm, you can rest assured that your rights will be protected and your freedoms aggressively defended.
Please submit our online contact form or call our St. Louis office at (314) 684-8406 today.