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Frequently Asked Questions About Wrongful Termination Attorneys
If you’re looking for a wrongful termination attorney, here are some frequently asked questions that can help you find the right one to meet your needs.

How do wrongful termination attorneys get paid?
Many wrongful termination attorneys take cases on a contingency basis, which means that the client does not pay unless the attorney obtains a settlement for him or her. In addition, many attorneys will advance the client the out-of-pocket fees of the litigation. Most wrongful termination attorneys will take a case only if they believe it can be litigated in the client's favor.

How can I find a good wrongful termination attorney?
Do your research! It's easy to find plenty of these types of attorneys on the Internet, so start there. Read reviews of different attorneys in your area and interview a few before you choose the one that suits your needs. In the interview, make sure to cover questions such as how much experience in employment law he or she has, how long the claim will likely take to settle, and if the attorney thinks the claim is worth the time and effort. In addition to finding an attorney online, you can call local services that refer attorneys, such as bar associations, and you can consult attorneys that you know through word of mouth and ask them for a referral to a wrongful termination lawyer.

What is a retainer agreement?
A retainer agreement is a contract that your attorney will present you with stating the terms of his employment. The agreement should cover the fee retainer if applicable, a set amount per hour if applicable, and the percentage amount of any settlement or judgment, which is called a contingency fee, the attorney will take.

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200 E Main St Ste 600, Fort Wayne, IN 46802
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If you've been fired from your job, it's possible that you were terminated illegally. For this reason, you may consider calling a wrongful termination attorney, this is a lawyer who specializes in similar cases. Before dealing with a law firm of this sort, there are some key questions you may want to keep in mind.

  • What are the state's modifications to at-will employment?
    Almost all areas in the country follow some form of at-will employment. That is, employers are allowed to fire employees for nearly any reason. There are exceptions to this practice, however. For example, most states recognize implied contracts, which are unwritten agreements between businesses and their employees that limit at-will rights. However, these can be difficult to prove in court.

  • What documents do I need?
    You need to gather as much relevant paperwork as you can, but only the attorney representing you will know exactly what. An important item that is often overlooked is your employee handbook. This can be used to prove that you were terminated in a way that violated your company's policy.

  • Do I belong to a protected class?
    The law does not allow employers to discriminate against workers based certain characteristics, among them racial or religious traits. In some areas, it is illegal to discriminate based on sexual orientation. Also, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 protects the employment rights of persons suffering from one or more of a wide range of afflictions.

  • Is it worth the bother of filing a suit?
    Huge courtroom victories are uncommon for plaintiffs. According to the National Center for the State Courts, only three percent of all wrongful termination suits are even tried before a jury.

  • Am I a victim of harassment?
    Sexual harassment is illegal, but only your law firm will know what sort of evidence is valid in a court case.

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