Constructive Termination Lawyer
Were You Driven To Resign?
When working conditions are so intolerable that a reasonable employee would resign under those circumstances, it may be considered constructive termination (or constructive discharge) and is considered the same as being wrongfully terminated. A worker may be able to pursue a lawsuit against his or her former employer for discrimination, retaliation or sexual harassment in the workplace.
Constructive termination is always difficult to prove. At the Law Office of William M. Julien, P.A., we suggest that you always consult with a lawyer before quitting your job – if you believe that you may have a claim of constructive termination. We will carefully review the facts and circumstances of your working conditions, and assist you in determining whether a claim of constructive termination is likely to succeed.
What Constitutes Grounds For Constructive Termination?
There are many reasons why a person may feel compelled to quit due to intolerable working conditions, including:
- Age discrimination
- Gender discrimination
- Racial discrimination
- Discrimination based on sexual orientation
- Sexual harassment
- Wage and hour claims
- Other forms of harassment and discrimination
Attorney William Julien has the experience to help you with your employment law issues. For more than 20 years, Mr. Julien has been taking on employment law cases, and has a strong track record of successful verdicts and settlements.
You’re Not Alone. We’re Here To Help.
We invite you to contact our firm in South Florida to discuss constructive termination and whether your claim would be likely to succeed. Call our office in Boynton Beach at 561-560-5597, toll-free at 888-993-4611, or email us to schedule a free, initial consultation.