Nashville Wrongful Termination Lawyers

When you’re terminated because of something that’s beyond your control, your employer may be in violation of certain Tennessee and federal employment laws. Although Tennessee is a right-to-work state, employees like you are still protected from wrongful terminations.

If you believe you’re the victim of an unfair termination, the Nashville wrongful termination lawyers at Ponce Law want to help you. We can investigate your employer and the reason for your dismissal, and we’ll hold them accountable for your lost wages and hardship. Let us stand up for your rights—just dial (800) 363-9113 or fill out a free initial consultation form.

Types of Wrongful Terminations

Terminations may be considered wrongful if they involve:

  • Discrimination
    Employees are protected from discrimination because of their race, nationality, religion, sex, age, disability status, and more. If a company fires an employee because of any of these protected categories, the company may be in violation of state and federal laws.
  • Retaliation
    If an employee gets fired after reporting an illegal behavior, filing a workers' compensation claim, or filing a claim against his or her employer due to sexual harassment, discrimination, or a hostile work environment, the employee may be eligible to file a claim for compensation.
  • Illness
    The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides employees with up to 12 weeks unpaid leave to recover from illnesses or injuries. If a company fires an employee because of an illness while he or she is on FMLA leave, the company may be in violation of the law.

Wrongful terminations require in-depth investigations to prove laws were broken. At Ponce Law, we have the experience to hold your employer accountable for your unfair treatment and wrongful termination.

Let Us Fight for You

You may be hesitant to file a claim against your former employer because of fear of retaliation, but our wrongful termination lawyers are here to help. Let us be your legal advocate in your fight for compensation. Call us today.