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What Can Be Considered As Rudeness To Your Boss In A Wrongful Termination Case?


Discrimination Claim • Let assume that your employer is evidently discriminating you for unknown reasons. You file a report for workplace discrimination to the HR department, but no one seems to care or wants to help you. You receive several “cover up” letters, all working in the favor of your employer. • You lose your patience and send an email, a voicemail or a text message to your employer, calling him names, how you hate him/her and your job. Perhaps you even threatened to do something inappropriate. • If you considered filing a discrimination claim against your employer, you should turn and walk away while you still can. Here is why you lost the battle and the war.


Impossible Case

From the moment you contacted your employer and called him names, said things that cannot be undone or even threatened to harm your employer in any way, you have lost every chance you had of winning the case. The reason is simple: your employer can now use everything you said as their “main reason� for your termination. Try and beat that argument in court.


Schedule A Free Consultation With An Attorney Not even the most experienced attorneys can help you with that. However, there could be one instance in which you may come on top of the situation. That is the case where you got terminated prior to everything you said to your attorney. So, in case you received a termination notice or were simply fired without a notice or a valid reason, and then you messaged your attorney with rude words and threats, you may still have a chance to sue for wrongful termination. It won’t be easy, but a skilled Wrongful Termination Attorney in Los Angeles may help you win the trial. Get in touch today, schedule a free consultation and receive a free case review.


No Justification For Rude Communication • Since your employer has been mistreating you or discriminating you for a while, you may think that it is justified to be rude and say whatever comes up on your mind. In reality, there is no justification for being rude, especially if it is used as an argument against you in court. Since we are all adults, there is no room for “childish behavior”, and for that reason, you should carefully choose your words and actions. • Never give your employer a weapon to fight against you. Even if they are being extremely rude to you, try and record it all but be polite and respectful. That is the only thing you will be able to use against them in a trial. In the end, it all comes down to the evidence collected.


Discuss With An Attorney

If you have any evidence which shows your employer’s rudeness, you can use it against them along with any evidence of discrimination at the workplace. To help you investigate the case and collect the evidence needed, give Los Angeles Wrongful Termination Attorney at Rager Law Firm a call as soon as you can. They are the only chance you have of filing a successful wrongful termination claim against your employer.


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What Can Be Considered As Rudeness To Your Boss In A Wrongful Termination Case?  

In case you received a termination notice or were simply fired without a notice or a valid reason, and then you messaged with rude words and...

What Can Be Considered As Rudeness To Your Boss In A Wrongful Termination Case?  

In case you received a termination notice or were simply fired without a notice or a valid reason, and then you messaged with rude words and...

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