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Grand Rapids Wrongful Termination Lawyers

Michigan Wrongful Discharge Attorneys

Wrongful discharge cases are often complex. Why? Because they often involve more than one violation on the part of an employer.

The first violation may occur in the form of discrimination or in violation of laws governing workers' compensation, ERISA or FMLA The second violation may occur when an employer retaliates against an employee.

Whether you were wrongfully discharged or whether you were unlawfully retaliated against in response to another dispute, the of McDonald Pierangeli Macfarlane, PLLC, can provide experienced and effective assistance.

We are experienced trial lawyers serving the entire state of Michigan. In addition to having handled numerous trials in both state and federal courts, our legal team includes certified mediators.

Were you fired for reporting illegal activity? Were you terminated for filing a claim against your employer following an injury or discrimination?

Turn to an AV-rated* firm in Western Michigan. Our team includes legal instructors, an attorney named a Michigan Super Lawyer for 2010 and 2011, and members of trial advocacy organizations.

We can knowledgeably handle your wrongful termination case as it pertains both to employment laws and, if applicable, "just cause" clauses in your employment contract. For more information and to schedule a consultation, please contact our office.

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To discuss your employment law case with a lawyer at the law firm of McDonald Pierangeli Macfarlane, PLLC, call 616-426-9609 or fill out the contact form on this site.

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