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Understanding the Grounds of Wrongful Termination

When things go wrong at work, one of the first things employees fear is whether they will lose their jobs. In some situations, an employer is justified in firing an employee without warning. Tennessee is an “at will” state, meaning employees and employers work together at will, and either can terminate the relationship at any point for almost any reason.

However, there are some situations in which an employer cannot legally fire an employee. If the employee filed a harassment claim against the company, it is against the law for the employer to fire them in retaliation.

If you were fired and think it was an unfair response to a harassment or discrimination report, an experienced Knoxville wrongful termination attorney can help you receive the job protection and justice you need. That is precisely what Underwood Law Office, P.C., offers individuals throughout East Tennessee. Attorney Underwood has more than 20 years of experience helping employees determine if their job loss was the result of wrongful termination, and he helps employers avoid incorrect accusations of wrongful termination.

Chattanooga Unlawful Termination Lawyer

Although the relationship between employees and employers is at will, it is important to carefully examine the facts leading to the termination to determine if it was a wrongful termination. When you work with an Attorney Underwood, he can help make sure you receive the due process regarding termination. He can help make sure you are heard, make sure the employer produces proper evidence and can make sure you receive the specifics you need regarding the situation.

During your free initial consultation, he can give you a read of your situation and can help you determine the most effective way to move forward. He works with individuals to make sure they meet the deadlines that can impact their ability to pursue their rights. Contact the firm online or call 865-329-6983 to schedule your free initial consultation.



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