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Brooklyn Wrongful Termination Attorney

Were You Recently Fired Or Let Go?

While many employers reserve the right to let at-will employees go at a moment's notice, there are still many laws protecting employees from being illegally fired or let go. If you were let go under suspicious circumstances, know your rights and speak with an experienced employment lawyer.

The Law Offices of Alexander M. Dudelson in Brooklyn represents restaurant workers, caregivers, security guards, housekeepers and many others who have been victims of "wrongful termination," or being fired illegally. We offer straightforward advice and aggressive representation to protect your employment rights.

There is no fee unless we win your case. Contact us to learn more about what we can do to right your employer's wrongdoing.

Understanding Workplace Retaliation

Many New Yorkers who come see us have questions about whether they even have a claim. One of the first things we'll establish is whether you were a victim of workplace "retaliation." This means that you were fired or let go after:

  • Reporting discrimination or harassment through the proper channels
  • Asking questions about overtime or other benefits you believe you are owed
  • Making a valid workers' compensation claim
  • Refusing to participate in illegal activities
  • Reporting your employer or a co-worker for engaging in illegal activities

By law, your employer is responsible for proving that it acted appropriately when making the decision to fire you. As your advocate, our firm will investigate the facts and take the appropriate steps to hold your employer accountable. With a strong lawyer on your side, you level the playing field when it comes to challenging your situation.

Why Having An Attorney Is Important

Sometimes, simply having an attorney on your side is enough to get an employer to come to the table. Other times, filing a formal complaint is necessary. We are well-versed in both scenarios, and we won't waste time in seeking justice for you — whether at the negotiating table or in court.

Talk To Us About Your Case In A Free Consultation

We're here to protect your rights after being fired. Contact our firm by calling 800-401-4216 toll free for a free initial consultation. We offer evening and weekend appointments by request.

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