After winning a wrongful termination lawsuit against a former employer, the employee should have the right to return to their old position if they wish. However, many people who win wrongful termination lawsuits decide to look for employment elsewhere moving forward as they fear it will be counterproductive.

Will Winning My Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Make it Harder to Find a New Job?

Winning a wrongful termination should not negatively affect your job search moving forward. It is illegal for former employers to retaliate against the employee by sharing confidential information or harming any future employment prospects. If your former employer displays any of these behaviors, you may be able to sue for defamation.

What Compensation Will I Receive for Winning my Case

Compensation amounts vary depending on the details of the specific case. To get the best understanding of how much your case may be worth, it is important that you work with a skilled attorney who can discuss it with you in further detail. Winning the case may result in many benefits that can help you and your family during this challenging time. You may be compensated for the following:

  • Legal fees
  • Lost employee benefits
  • Lost earnings from the time out of work
  • Lost insurance benefits
  • Punitive damages
  • Medical expenses
  • The expenses of searching for a new position
  • The difference between your previous salary and the pay at your new position

We Can Help

Being wrongfully terminated can be a shocking and devastating experience. Anyone who has been wrongfully terminated should understand the severity of this situation and take proper action. Many wrongfully terminated people often struggle when deciding whether to work with an employment law attorney. Working with a skilled attorney gives your case a better chance of being successful. Here at Barkhordarian Law Firm, we have a dedicated team to provide you with the legal counsel you need and the representation you deserve. Don’t feel like you have to fight this alone. We want to help.

Contact us today at(888) 514-5112orvisit our websiteto schedule your free consultation.

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