Stand Up To Wrongful Termination

Very few jobs these days will last the full length of your career, but not all jobs end for legally defensible reasons such as poor employee performance or layoffs. Some people, unfortunately, are wrongfully terminated when they still have a legal right to hold on to their job.

An employer might engage in the wrongful termination of an employee for any number of reasons, usually acting on a personal bias or as retribution against an employee lawfully reporting legal violations to authorities. Some of the factors that motivate an employer to wrongfully terminate an employee include:

  • Discrimination based on race, nationality, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability and other factors
  • Sexual harassment
  • Whistleblowing

Protect Your Job And Your Ability To Make A Living With A Lawyer's Help

Charles H. Brower and Associates, A Law Corporation, can help you assert your rights as an employee if you believe you've been unlawfully fired.

In some cases it's possible to regain your original position, but in many cases employers prefer to pay a settlement or go to court rather than re-hire an employee they've wrongfully fired. We will listen to the details of your case, research your employers' records, and prepare a legal strategy that meets your needs.

Personal Attention From Experienced Attorneys

Charles H. Brower and Associates, A Law Corporation, in Honolulu, Hawaii, welcomes the opportunity to evaluate your civil legal matter involving personal injury, workers' compensation, family law or employment law.

Whether you were injured in a car crash, slipped or fell in a public place, or
seek to protect your parental rights in a custody dispute, or your legal employment rights, contact the law firm or call us at 808-526-2688 to schedule a consultation.