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Experienced Wrongful Discharge Attorney
Representing Employees in Bucks County, Montgomery County & Philadelphia, PA
Call 215-322-6990 to speak with a wrongful discharge / wrongful termination lawyer today!
Firings and terminations can feel so arbitrary and mean spirited that it is understandably easy to believe an employer has broken employment laws.  However, Pennsylvania, like many other states, is an "employment-at-will" state.  This means that, absent an employment contract, you do not have a case for wrongful discharge / wrongful termination unless you were fired for an illegal reason.
Though the vast majority of firings in an "employment-at-will" state are legal, there are nonetheless numerous illegal reasons for firings, and illegal firings occur daily. 
Do you suspect your were fired:
  • For refusing to commit a crime?
  • In retaliation because you complained about discrimination?
  • For fulfilling your duty to serve on a jury?
  • For filling a workers' compensation claim?
  • For refusing a grant of sexual favors?
  • Because you are pregnant?
  • For taking time off due to a serious health condition?
  • For exercising your right to free speech?
  • Because of employment discrimination against you based on your race, color, age, gender, religion or disability

Were you fired from your job?
Do you have questions about "employment-at-will"?
Do you have questions regarding the legality of the discharge / termination action? 
If so, call Bucks County Pennsylvania labor & employment lawyer Bruce Preissman.  Attorney Preissman can meet with you, answer your questions and provide straigtforward counsel and advice regarding your options.  He may recommend filing a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC), or he may recommend filing a lawsuit.  Either way, he can provide comprehensive legal representation to you for your wrongful discharge / wrongful termination claim.

Contact Us
If you have a question regarding wrongful discharge / wrongful termination, contact The Law Offices of Bruce Preissman. We offer free initial consultations for many types of cases. 
To contact us call 215-322-6990 or submit your information through the contact us page of this website.
The Law Offices of
Bruce Preissman
1032 Mill Creek Drive, Suite 204
Feasterville, PA 19053

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