Constructive Discharge

Phoenix Constructive Discharge Lawyer

Constructive discharge can refer to a situation in which an employee resigns because he or she is subject to employment conditions or employer conduct that is unbearably difficult. In effect, the presence of difficult or unpleasant working conditions that lead to a constructive discharge can be as problematic as the act of firing a person. Arizona laws and federal statutes provide protection to employees facing constructive discharge and wrongful termination.

If you are experiencing very difficult conditions at work, or if you were pushed to resign, you may be able to resolve the problem by filing a claim of constructive discharge – a lawsuit – against your employer. Our law firm can advise you regarding whether this course of action will be in your best interest.

Advice and Representation in Difficult Discharge Cases

At Weiler Law PLLC, our trial attorneys are committed to protecting the rights of employees whose employers have acted inappropriately. We advise and represent clients in matters related to discharge:

  • Cases involving discriminatory harassment that leads to the end of an employment relationship
  • Situations involving “outrageous employment conditions” and “outrageous conduct” (terms that are referred to in the new law A.R.S. 23-1502) at the hands of an employer
  • Retaliatory discharge
  • Civil litigation against an employer

Every employment situation is unique. It is important to obtain legal advice if you have concerns about a discharge.

If you need to consult a severance agreement lawyer in Scottsdale or Phoenix, contact Weiler Law PLLC to schedule an appointment. We can answer your questions.

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