Wrongful termination is a term that generally refers to an being fired when they should not have been. In California and most other states, employment is "at will." This means that the employer can fire the employee with or without cause. The two exceptions to this general rule are employers cannot discriminate against employees on the basis of age, race, sex, national origin, disability, and a variety of other reasons or if any employee has a contract with the employer. The employee cannot be terminated without just cause.
A consumer cannot always trust their insurance company. The insurance industry is a business for profit. In order to protect your interest you must have a lawyer who can identify insurance carrier bad faith conduct and to insure that you are fully compensated for your economic loss, including payment of medical, loss of earnings, as well as for pain and suffering damages. Don?t let your insurance carrier short-change you.
It is extremely important to the success of any case involving an automobile vehicle or truck accident that an investigation be promptly done. Police records need to be obtained, witnesses interviewed and photos taken immediately of the accident scene and damage to the vehicles involved. The hiring of an attorney to represent your interest should be done at the earliest possible time.