Wrongful Termination: the firing of an employee in Oregon that violates a statue, is prohibited under Oregon law, or which breaches a contract.
While it may seem unfair to be fired, in Oregon, wrongful termination requires specific criteria be met in order to receive compensation. Oregon is an at-will state, which means that your boss can fire you for any reason - with a catch. A termination can be legally wrongful if it:
- Violates a local, state, or federal law
- Breaches a contract
To help you decide if you've faced wrongful discrimination or termination, give us a call at 503-568-1078 or fill out the form below; we'll evaluate your situation for free and help you decide if you have a case.
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At Klein Munsinger Attorneys, we help Oregon and Washington residents get justice after experiencing wrongful termination, hostile work environment, sexual harassment, workplace discrimination, workplace retaliation, and more.
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