Retaliatory Discharge - Discrimination - Harassment - Whistle Blower
Located in Fort Lauderdale, our wrongful termination law firm Donna M. Ballman, P.A. represents employees throughout South Florida in wrongful termination claims, including those based upon retaliation, discrimination, harassment, and objecting to or refusing to participate in an illegal activity.
Our firm features prominent employment law attorney, Donna Ballman, a featured speaker at numerous seminars and prolific author on a variety of employment law issues, as well as a distinguished employment law attorney with over 25 years of experience in employment related matters.Skilled Fort Lauderdale Wrongful Termination Attorney
As a skilled Fort Lauderdale wrongful termination attorney, Donna Ballman knows that while there are no formal wrongful termination laws in Florida, it is still impermissible to terminate someone's employment for certain reasons, including:
- Violation of an existing employment contract - while generally, Florida is an employment at will state, an employer can breach an employment contract
- Harassment - including sexual harassment, and harassment regarding age, race, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, or color
- Discrimination - including age discrimination, handicap discrimination, sex discrimination, race discrimination, religious discrimination, and national origin discrimination
- Retaliatory discharge - including being discharged for filing a workers' compensation claim, seeking FMLA benefits, or objecting to or refusing to participate in an illegal activity, reporting illegal activity or objecting to improper conduct
For information on Florida wrongful termination laws, or to speak with an experienced Fort Lauderdale wrongful termination attorney, please contact us by e-mailing us. If you don’t have e-mail, please contact us by calling at (954) 680-6300. Whether you are an employer seeking advice on avoiding wrongful termination claims or an employee who has been wrongfully terminated, we can help. When it comes to employment law matters, experience DOES matter.