If You’ve Been Fired or Believe You’re About To Be Fired, Rich Can Help You Navigate Through This Experience.
In addition to certain federal laws regarding unlawful employment termination, the State of North Carolina has a public policy that prohibits employers from firing an employee because of the employee’s sex, race/color, national origin, disability, age or religion. Also, North Carolina employers generally may not terminate an employee for refusing to violate a law.
Other unlawful reasons for terminating employment in North Carolina:
- Testifying truthfully in court
- Serving on a jury
- Filing a workers’ compensation claim
- Reporting violations of health and safety laws or wage and hour laws
Rich Daugherty has handled a wide-range of wrongful termination cases. He knows that being dismissed from a job can be a traumatic and overwhelming experience for employees and their families. If you have suffered from a wrongful discharge, he will fight for you to aggressively pursue a reasonable settlement of your claim.
If you are still employed and in fear of losing your job for an unlawful reason, it is critical that you seek legal counsel immediately. There are things you can do now that will be essential to protecting your rights.
You can arrange for an initial phone conference with Rich at no charge. He represents clients throughout North Carolina and is available to meet with prospective clients outside of Chapel Hill when circumstances permit. Evening appointments are also available.