Was Your Layoff A Wrongful Termination?
According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), over 250,000 wrongful terminations occur every year. If you believe that you were wrongfully terminated, you should address this issue immediately to determine whether you can take legal action. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to build a solid case. Don’t let your former employer take advantage of you through illegal actions.
The first step in any successful case is to keep accurate documentation of all events, conversations and occurrences. A simple log of time, date and description of the event can be the difference in your outcome. Speaking to a licensed professional and attorney is highly recommended. This is crucial as it sets the scene for a successful outcome.
How We Can Help
We are a small boutique firm that specialized in developing relationships with our clients. We will work toward the very best outcome for you. The Kuderer & Tamblyn, Mercer Island Law Group, is highly regarded in the Seattle, Washington, area and statewide. We focus on workplace cases, including wrongful termination, race and gender discrimination, sexual harassment, whistleblower violations, and employment contracts. We love what we do, and our goal is to protect hard-working employees’ rights.
No corporation should take advantage of the people who invest their lives in the future of the company. We thrive in times of ambiguity, and we aren’t afraid of any corporation or challenge. We have more than 90 years of combined experience in employment law. Speak to our past clients, or read our reviews online. We have successfully advocated for thousands of clients, and we have what it takes to protect your rights.
When To Hire An Attorney For A Potential Wrongful Termination Case
Many people ask when to hire a wrongful termination attorney. While every case is unique, the best time to seek counsel is as soon as you suspect something has gone wrong. It’s vital to start building your case as soon as possible. Speaking with an attorney will provide you clarity on the potential outcomes of your case and the next best step for you.
We know how frightening it is to fight against a company. A fear of retaliation is completely understandable, and we are here to ensure it doesn’t happen. Speak to your co-workers to learn whether they have experienced similar wrongdoings. You may be able to initiate or join a class action lawsuit. The United States judicial system was established with individual rights in mind. Our state and federal employment laws and judicial system stress equality, justice and unbiased actions and decisions.
We are ready to help you understand your rights and evaluate the strength of your case. We are knowledgeable about wrongful termination law within the Washington state judicial system. We have a talented team that is the right size to give your case the attention it deserves.
Attorneys Advising Workers Experiencing Wrongful Termination
There are hundreds of attorneys in the Seattle, Washington, area handling wrongful termination cases. Sorting through the options can be overcoming and stressful. We aim to make inquirers’ and clients’ experiences with us reassuring and helpful. A strong point of Kuderer & Tamblyn, Mercer Island Law Group, is our intimate nature. We are a boutique and a client-centric firm. We source all our work internally to ensure quality that produces results.
We have a strong reputation among other lawyers, judges and prosecutors. We pride ourselves on being transparent, being fair and never settling for less than the best. The best cases begin with a preliminary conversation, often before the wrongful termination occurs. We will review your employment contract to understand your situation and determine how to pursue justice for you.
A Valuable Resource For Terminated Employees
We are known as a go-to employment law firm serving Bellevue and other communities well beyond the city limits of Seattle, including Mercer Island, Redmond, Kirkland, Issaquah, Snoqualmie, Woodinville and Renton. We have represented thousands of high-performing employees in claims against companies of all sizes.