Wrongful Termination, Employment
Discrimination and Employee Rights
Our lawyers have been dedicated to delivering
"Results Oriented Legal Solutions," since westarted
practicing law together in Hartford, Connecticut in
1992. While most jobs in Connecticut are
classified as "employment-at-will" that does not mean
that an employer may fire someone for an illegal reason,
such as a prohibited discrimination.
You cannot be fired, or denied a promotion based
upon your race, color, religion, age, disability,
national origin, gender or sexual orientation you should
consult with an attorney. Similarly you cannot be fired
for taking time off from work as allowed under the
Family and Medical Leave Act and you cannot be fired for
reporting illegal activities as work such as health or
safety violation or acts of discrimination.
Employees with a written employment contract cannot be
fired in violation of the terms of the written contract.
If you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated
from employment, you have 180 days from the date of the
unlawful termination to file a complaint with the
Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities
(CHRO). For claims involving FMLA you have
two years from the date of the violation to file a
lawsuit in federal court.
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