Wrongful Dismissal

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If your employment has been terminated without reasonable notice or severance from your employer, you might have a claim for wrongful dismissal. Even if your employer claims that the notice or severance is reasonable, it pays to check with a highly qualified employment lawyer to ensure that all legal requirements were, in fact, met by your employer. The employment laws are complicated and intertwined. The basis for a claim might exist even if your employer claims to have followed the law. At Peter A. McSherry Employment Lawyers, I provide each of my clients with a full assessment of his or her case. Disputes in wrongful dismissal claims are usually based on severance pay, benefits and/or the timeliness of the notice. However, if an employer claims or cites misconduct as the cause for dismissal, reasonable notice is not needed. We can discuss the facts of your case. I can help you discover and weigh your options in a straightforward manner with respect for your needs and objectives. I can protect your rights. Call me in Guelph at 519-821-5465 or contact me by e-mail to schedule a consultation.

Kitchener Wrongful Termination Lawyer

Unfair dismissal is extremely stressful. I understand that many of my clients are dealing with benefit coverages, Employment Insurance (EI), debt, losses and other issues. They are beginning an employment search from a disadvantaged position. When you are my client, I will help you understand your rights and whether your dismissal and/or severance are lawful.

If you have questions or concerns, it is critical to meet with an experienced employment lawyer who fights for the rights of employees. Do not sign anything without meeting with an employment lawyer, even if the dismissal and/or severance seems reasonable.

You could be entitled to more than your employer initially offers, which can be significant as you and your family face potential loss of income, benefits and security. I will evaluate your case and determine if you have the basis to pursue any of the following:

  • Overtime pay
  • Unpaid bonuses
  • Sales commissions
  • Benefits
  • Stock options
  • Profit sharing
  • More

Contact Peter A. McSherry Employment Lawyer Today

My office can provide you with the resources of an experienced and skillful Guelph wrongful dismissal lawyer. I can ensure your case is handled properly and efficiently for fair settlement. Contact me today by phone at 519-821-5465 or by e-mail to schedule a consultation.