If you have a pending wrongful termination claim and need immediate financial assistance, pre-settlement funding can help.
In virtually every state employment is “at will,” which means that an employee can be terminated at any time and without being given a reason or can leave at any time and without a reason. There are legal exceptions to this rule, though, and sometimes an employee is unjustly or illegally let go.
Wrongful termination occurs when an employee believes they were unjustly or illegally fired by their employer. Wrongful termination can happen if:
Employees who have been wrongfully terminated can sue their employer to recover their job, back pay, and compensatory damages. They may also be eligible for unemployment benefits as well under state law.
Financial strain in these situations can add to the stress as many struggle to make ends meet and keep up with bills without employment. If you have a pending wrongful termination claim and need immediate financial assistance, pre-settlement funding can help.