Being terminated from a job is a terrible experience to endure. It’s even worse when it happens to be a wrongful termination in an “at-will” state like Kentucky. Fortunately the attorneys at Abney & McCarty can help.
Just because you work in an “at-will” state doesn’t mean that employers can fire you for no reason. In fact, there are several circumstances in which a case can be made for wrongful termination like:
Discrimination against a protected class
Retaliation for reporting a civil rights violation
Termination to deprive employee of earned benefits
Breach of express or implied contract requiring “good cause”
Constructive discharge or creating a hostile work environment
Violation of public policy expressed in the Kentucky Revised Statutes or the Kentucky Constitution
Wrongful termination is a terrifying situation to go through, but the attorneys at Abney & McCarty are here to help.