Did Fraud Lead to Your Wrongful Termination?
Our Hartford Employment Lawyer Can Help. Call 888-486-3037 Today!
Agreements are made constantly in the workplace. Written and verbal plans
are made, conditions agreed to, and terms are set. But what happens when
a misrepresentation has been made that leads to your termination? You
may be entitled to compensation. To prove that your employer committed
fraud by making a false representation, you will need a dedicated Hartford
wrongful termination lawyer on your side to make a strong case on your behalf.
Ready to get started? Contact us today at 888-486-3037 or by filling out our
When Has Fraud Occurred?
Employees typically fall victim to fraud at the beginning or end of their
employment. During the recruitment and hiring process, employers do everything
within their power to make their offer worthwhile for the prospective
employee. When the company acts beyond that power, fraud is almost always
In order to prove fraud has occurred you must assert the following:
- The employer made a false representation
- Someone in management was aware of the false representation
- The false representation was made to trick you into accepting the job (or
a similar decision)
- You believed that the false representation was true
- You were harmed somehow by the false representation
Proving the above conditions can be a difficult task, but you do not have
to go through the process alone. The Hartford wrongful termination attorneys
at Zayas Law Firm can help you pursue justice.
Put 35+ Years of Combined Experience on Your Side
When you have been wrongfully terminated, your life is thrown into chaos. At
Zayas Law Firm, we understand the stress and frustration that comes when your livelihood
is taken away. If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated as a
result of fraud, take the first step by contacting us today.