Missouri and Kansas, like most states, recognizes the doctrine of "at will" employment, which means that in most cases your employer or you as an employee can break your employment relationship with no liability. There are a few exceptions to at will employment, including wrongful termination.

A wrongful termination may occur if you are fired on the basis of discrimination. State and federal law protects employees from being discriminated against based on gender, race, national origin, age or disability.

If you or a loved one is a victim of wrongful termination, you may be entitled to compensation for back pay and other potential damages. 

How a Wrongful Termination Impacts Your Life
If you are fired from a job, you may lose your entire income. Additionally, being fired becomes part of your work history. A wrongful termination can potentially harm your chances of advancing in your career or obtaining the employment you want. The fallout from a wrongful termination can be extensive and potentially last for decades.

At our firm, we can advise you of your rights and help you pursue compensation for your wrongful termination. We put our experience and skills to work for clients to build the strongest possible case. We are well versed in the various state and federal laws that address wrongful termination. Depending on your circumstances, we can help you file a claim through the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Missouri Commission on Human Rights (MCHR) or the Kansas Human Rights Commission (KHRC).

Call us today at 816-842-7100 to speak with an attorney that will fight to get you the compensation you deserve. Or you can click here to email us and schedule your free consultation. 

Jason C. Amerine
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President and Owner, Castle Law Office of Kansas City