Corona Wrongful Termination Attorney Mandeep Rupal stands up for the rights of employees in Corona, and in all of Southern California who have unlawfully been dismissed from employment. In addition, he provides a strong defense to employers in wrongful termination cases. Because he has a comprehensive understanding of the way the other side brings forward these matters, Attorney Rupal is well equipped to help you seek justice.
If your employer has gone outside the law with your termination, or if you are an employer in a dispute over an alleged wrongful termination, contact Mr. Rupal to discuss your rights and possible legal action.
As an experienced wrongful termination lawyer, Mr. Rupal protects the rights of workers who may have been fired from a job for unlawful reasons. He understands the way an employment dispute can completely disrupt one’s life, and he fights for clients to obtain justice in these matters.
For employers, he is highly knowledgeable in California’s employment laws. Corona Attorney Mandeep Rupal provides knowledgeable representation for virtually any type of employee-
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California law states that employees have an “at-
As an experienced Corona wrongful termination attorney, Mr. Rupal understands how vital a regular paycheck is to most families. He knows the loss of a job can have a profound effect on the individual as well as the family. If you have lost a job due to circumstances relating to jury duty, asking for time off for voluntary rehabilitation, or refusal to share confidential medical information, contact Employment Lawyer Mandeep Rupal.
The law protects a number of employee rights. When an employer retaliates in response to an employee exercising one of these protected rights, there may be grounds for a lawsuit and financial compensation. Companies are prohibited from firing employees for acting on one of their legal rights.
Employment Attorney Rupal is a zealous litigator and negotiator who advocates for workers’ rights in a range of cases, including those involving:
Breach of Contract – If an employment contract prohibits termination in certain circumstances, the employer must abide by it. The contract can be implied or written.
Employer Discrimination – It is illegal for an employer to discriminate against workers due to gender, age, pregnancy status, disability, national origin, marital status, and other protected characteristics.
Employer Retaliation – The law protects the right of an employee to report to authorities any occurrence of unethical or illegal behavior at the workplace. Workers also have the right to request family or medical leave time off. If an employer retaliates against an employee for a situation related to these or other rights, they are in violation of the law.
Wrongful termination claims may become more involved due to additional circumstances and issues. If you have questions about whether an employer has broken the law, please contact our knowledgeable Corona wrongful termination lawyer. When we find one infraction that an employer has committed, we examine the situation carefully to determine if there are other violations as well. We work to obtain the best possible compensation for our clients.
Have you or a loved one been released from a job due to questionable reasons? If you suspect wrongful termination has occurred, call our office and consult with our knowledgeable wrongful termination attorney. We offer a no-
Corona Lawyer Rupal can be contacted online, or by calling our office. If you submit a case evaluation form, we will respond to arrange an appointment.
The Employment Law Lawyer Mandeep Rupal is experienced, skilled, and committed to obtaining justice for workers in Corona and beyond.
5811 Pine Ave.
Chino Hills, CA 91709
Phone: (951) 460-
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