While Maryland employers can hire and fire employees at will, that does not mean they can fire them for discriminatory reasons or for reasons that violate public policy. As a Maryland employment attorney, I have been successfully fighting wrongful discharge for my clients for decades. If your employer has fired you because of your race, gender, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, or other protected status, or if you feel your discharge may violate the law, please call and I will try to help you.
As a Maryland employment attorney, I have represented clients in many wrongful termination cases and I am experienced at utilizing Maryland and federal laws that protect you against wrongful discharge.
For example, in some instances, you may have a wrongful discharge claim when your working conditions have been rendered so intolerable that you must leave the workplace on your own. "Constructive discharge" is considered the legal equivalent of an actual discharge and may constitute wrongful termination. But it is ideal to get legal advice prior to resigning.
In other instances, an employer may be liable for wrongful discharge for firing an employee in retaliation for whistleblowing or for filing a workers compensation claim.
As one of the most respected wrongful termination lawyers in Maryland, I fight tirelessly for my clients who have been victimized by these types of wrongful actions. Case-by-case, I fight for the best outcome for each client's particular circumstances, whether that is getting him or her reinstated to the job, or securing full and fair compensation for the economic losses and the serious emotional impact that the illegal job loss causes.
My goal is to assist you in obtaining full and fair damages, including compensation for lost wages and, equally important, for the emotional distress you experience as a result of your wrongful termination. Alternatively, if you want your job back, I can help you seek reinstatement to your position. I will work with you to find a solution to your employment issues and help hold your employer responsible for its wrongful actions.
For Maryland wrongful termination lawyers who are passionate about defending the rights of workers, contact Kathleen Cahill Law today.