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Have You Been Wrongfully Fired Or Forced To Quit?

Tennessee is an “at-will” employment state, meaning your employer has the right to terminate you at any point for almost any reason. However, there are certain circumstances where your job is in fact protected by the law.

It is illegal for your employer to fire you for any of the following reasons:

  • Disability
  • Filing a workers’ compensation claim
  • Whistleblowing or reporting illegal activity
  • Reporting discrimination or harassment
  • Reporting safety violations
  • As an act of retaliation
  • Taking FMLA leave
  • Refusing to engage in illegal activity

What Are Your Rights After Being Illegally Fired?

If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated from your workplace, the lawyers at Waldron, Fann & Parsley, Attorneys at Law, are here to help. Together, our partners have been representing clients throughout Tennessee for more than 55 years, with a special focus on employment law issues. We understand the complexities involved in a wrongful termination claim and how to use the law to protect your rights.

As your representatives, we also know that this is more than a legal claim for you — it is about your livelihood, your family and your life. To address this, our lawyers go beyond legal advocacy to provide supportive and compassionate service during this difficult time. We are readily available to discuss your concerns throughout the duration of your case.

As a victim of wrongful termination, not only is it difficult to be without a job, but it also can leave you feeling angered or hopeless. When you work with our firm, we will take an aggressive approach to righting this wrong and obtaining justice on your behalf.

Contact us today to arrange a FREE initial consultation 615-809-0023

No Fee Unless You Win — We Do Not Get Paid Unless YOU Get Paid When faced with an important legal matter, our law firm will provide the aggressive advocacy you need and the supportive client service you deserve. Contact our Murfreesboro office online or call us at 800-215-1081 to discuss your case with an attorney. We are ready to help.