What Qualifies As Wrongful Termination In California?

One fear that many workers have is that they may be terminated if they assert their rights under the workers' compensation system after they have been injured. This is often an unfounded fear. However, should an injured worker be terminated while he or she is exercising his or her rights under the workers' compensation system, that person has several legal tools to help him or her recover compensation, including:

  • California Labor Code §132a — Under §132a, employers are prohibited from discriminating against, including terminating, injured workers who are unable to return to work at all or who are unable to return to work in a limited capacity.
  • Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) — The ADA requires employers provide disabled workers with reasonable accommodations. When employers fail to act as required by the ADA, a person can pursue a case for disability discrimination.

Our experienced attorneys are skilled at utilizing all applicable means to hold employers accountable when they terminate workers who are pursuing workers' compensation claims.

The Representation You Need After You Have Been Injured On The Job

At the Law Offices of William W. Green & Associates, our attorneys have extensive experience in helping injured workers who have been terminated while they are pursuing workers' compensation claims. With more than 30 years of experience, our firm has the tools and resources necessary to help you fight for the full benefits and compensation you deserve after being injured on the job.

Contact The California Labor Code §132a Attorneys Of The Law Offices Of William W. Green & Associates

If you or a loved one has been terminated while pursuing a workers' compensation claim, you need to take all available steps to ensure you are fully compensated. Turn to the attorneys of the Law Offices of William W. Green & Associates in Newport Beach for the experienced workers' compensation representation you need. To schedule a free lawyer consultation with one of our Anaheim workers' compensation and wrongful termination attorneys, please call toll free at 800-524-5446 or contact us online.