Your Ohio wrongful termination attorney for justice
If you've been fired, we can help you fight back
"My right were defended. I would highly recommend them." - Vince C.
You work hard. You take your job seriously. That's why it's so upsetting when you're fired for an illegal reason. Knowing what to do in this situation can be difficult and confusing.
That's why it's critical that you talk to an Ohio wrongful termination attorney as soon as possible. But it's important to speak to the right lawyer. You need a lawyer who thoroughly understands how to protect your rights. You need a lawyer who knows the state and federal employment laws. You need someone with a proven track record of holding employers accountable for their actions. You need Nilges Draher LLC.
Our lawyers have represented thousands of workers in state and federal courts throughout the country. In five years, our lawyers have recovered more than $26 million (and counting) for employees in Ohio and nationwide. If you have been terminated, contact us for your free case evaluation. During your free case evaluation, you will talk to one of our wrongful termination lawyers. That lawyer will answer all of your questions and explain the employment laws that apply to your circumstances.
What is wrongful termination?
Even though Ohio is an at-will employment state, employers do not have a free pass to violate your legal rights. Employers are obligated to follow the state and federal employment laws.
- Wrongful termination refers to a firing that violates state or federal employment laws. A wrongful termination can also occur if it implicates an important public policy. In general, employers can be held responsible if they terminated you for the following unlawful reasons:
- Being a member of a protected class, which includes race, gender, national origin, religion, age, military status, or disability, among others
- Engaging in protected activity, such as taking leave under the Family Medical Leave Act, filing a Workers' Compensation claim, reporting safety violations or fraudulent business practices, or refusing to engage in illegal activity
- In retaliation for reporting discriminatory behavior or engaging in other protected activities
Specifically, many wrongful termination cases involve:
- Discrimination on the basis of:
- Gender Identity
- National Origin
- Military status
- Employees on medical leave
- Employees who have medical restrictions
- Employees on maternity leave
- Employees deployed for military service
- Retaliation against employees who filed a complaint against the employer
- Retaliation against employees who filed for workers' compensation after an injury
If you have been terminated, contact us. We can help. We can answer your questions. We can explain the law that applies to your circumstances. We can tell you whether you have a wrongful termination claim. We can explain your options.
Employment issues we often deal with at our firm
Our law firm has extensive experience with all of these issues in Ohio. In particular, we often hear from people concerned about the following issues or questions surrounding wrongful termination:
- Retaliatory Termination
- Are You Being Set Up To Be Fired?
- What To Do If You've Been Wrongfully Fired
Wrongful termination is a serious legal matter. That's why it's important to speak with an attorney at our law firm as soon as possible.
We will fight for your rights
We know how traumatic it can be to lose a job, especially if it was for an unlawful reason. Chances are, your employer has a team of expensive lawyers ready to fight for your employer and defend its decision to fire you. Let us fight for your rights. Let us help you put your life back together.