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Constructive Discharge Lawyer in Morgantown
Helping Clients throughout West Virginia Protect Their Working Life
Not all employment discrimination leads to a person being fired. In some instances, employers make the workplace so hostile that employees simply cannot tolerate it any longer. A constructive discharge occurs when an employee has no other choice but to leave their workplace because of the toxic environment, due to harassment on the basis of sex, race, or religion or the like. If you were made to quit your job, reach out to the Morgantown constructive discharge lawyer at The Moore Law Firm, PLLC today to schedule a consultation.
Get started on your case by calling (304) 521-2451 or contacting The Moore Law Firm, PLLC online.
Suing for Hostile Work Environments
If you left your job because you could no longer work there without feeling unsafe, it is important that you recognize this puts your employer at risk of a lawsuit. In many cases, employers will make their employees’ workplaces so hostile that they are virtually forced to leave. While they may argue that your quitting your job absolves them of responsibility, our employment law attorney can help you demonstrate why their behavior is not only unethical but also unlawful.
Your employer may have tried to force you out because you:
- Reported unlawful behavior to authorities
- Objected to wage violation laws
- Filed a claim for workers’ compensation
- Reported racial or gender discrimination to your superiors
- Called out a breach of your employment contract
Before You Quit Your Job
You should always consult with an experienced Morgantown constructive discharge lawyer before making any permanent career decisions. The Moore Law Firm, PLLC has handled many different kinds of employment law claims, and we know how important it is to protect your rights in these situations. We can help you identify exactly what happened with your situation so you have a strong lawsuit in place before you quit.
Call (304) 521-2451 today to schedule your consultation with The Moore Law Firm, PLLC.
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Young mother terminated for taking FMLA leave
Female worker sexually harassed by supervisor
Settlement obtained shortly after filing suit for unpaid wages
Over Three Times Wages Owed
58-year-old employee terminated based upon age
Defamation of law enforcement officer’s character
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