What is wrongful dismissal? First of all, it means that an employee has been unfairly fired or discharged, and there are a bunch of different phrases thrown around that all kind of mean the same thing (unfair dismissal, wrongful termination, etc.). Wrongful dismissal doesn’t apply to every single instance of employee termination, and there are often many little caveats that can get in the way (usually these are things that the employee agreed to open being hired).
Employers aren’t necessarily required to provide a bulletproof reason for firing an employee, but if discrimination or violation of company policy can be proven in a court of law, then that situation might be covered under wrongful dismissal law. Wrongful discrimination cases most often center around discrimination rel
Did you know that there are approximately 512,000 Federal tort lawsuits each year in the United States? A tort is a civil wrong that causes one person to suffer loss or harm at the hands of another person, and it often results in a personal injury lawsuit. Fortunately, more than 50,000 law firms in the United States practice personal injury law, so it is possible to find a personal injury attorney for your specific needs.
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, more than 31 million injuries that occur in the United States require medical treatment. Bicycle accidents, for example, can be very dangerous when they involve automobiles. If you were riding a bicycle and were hit by a city vehicle, it is important to find an attorney who can help you get bicycle accident compensation