Our Government Oversight Lawyers in Kansas City Can Help
There are many circumstances in which employers can violate the law by wrongfully terminating employees, even in an at-will employment state like Missouri. One example of those circumstances involves violations of public policy. If an employee refuses to do something that was unlawful, exercises a legal right or reports unlawful employer conduct — and is fired as a result — wrongful termination has taken place, and the employee may take legal action.
At Holman Schiavone, LLC, our employment law attorneys provide legal representation for employees who have been wrongfully terminated in Kansas City and throughout Missouri. We have years of experience holding employers accountable and recovering compensation for clients who have been financially harmed by wrongful termination due to public policy issues and violations.
If you believe that you were terminated unlawfully, it is important to speak with an experienced attorney to fully understand your rights. Please call us at (816) 399-5149.
Examples of Public Policy Violations in Wrongful Termination Cases
- A refusal to do something that is unlawful such as submitting false reports, committing perjury or performing actions that you are not licensed to perform
- Performing a duty that is required by law and requires being absent from work, such as serving on a jury or providing court testimony in response to a subpoena
- Exercising a legal right, such as filing a claim for workers’ compensation benefits after a workplace injury
- Reporting unlawful employer conduct, also known as whistleblowing, if the employer is violating state or federal laws
Our lawyers can assist you through the process of filing an employment law claim against your former employer if you were wrongfully terminated due to a public policy issue. Laws are there to protect you, and when employers take advantage of their employees, it is important to hold them accountable.
Our initial consultation is always free of charge, and if a lawsuit is necessary, we will not charge fees unless you win compensation. Please call us in Kansas City at (816) 399-5149 or email us to schedule a meeting with one of our attorneys.