Unlawfully Fired?



In a Wrongful Termination case, we contend the employer fired the employee for a particular set of illegal reasons. In Pennsylvania, if an employer fires you for refusing to do something illegal, or because you did something required by the law, that would be a Wrongful termination. It’s also illegal to fire someone if it would violate the public policy of Pennsylvania to do so. For example, if an employer fires an employee for going to vote, that would be a Wrongful Termination. At Weinstein Law Firm, LLC, we prosecute Wrongful Termination cases throughout the eastern half of Pennsylvania. From Williamsport to Scranton, down to the Lehigh Valley, Pottsville, and Harrisburg, and in Philadelphia and its suburbs.

Attorney Marc E. Weinstein has been a trusted advocate for employees and minorities for nearly twenty years. Attorney Weinstein has successfully defended the rights of workers all throughout Pennsylvania, and has won countless lawsuits for workers who have been unlawfully discriminated against.

If you have been wrongfully terminated, call us today at 267.513.1942 for a consultation.