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Wrongful termination claim may help Colorado workers seek justice

Losing a job under any circumstances can lead to rough times. If the individual feels that he or she was fired unjustly, there may be cause to pursue legal action. Filing a wrongful termination claim could allow individuals to seek compensation for any wrong-doing, and legal professionals may be able to help interested parties move forward effectively.

Colorado residents may be interested in one man's claim of an unjust dismissal currently occurring in another state. Reports indicated that the man had been the CEO of a health centers company. While he was on vacation, he was fired from the job. The man alleges that he does not know why the termination occurred and that there was no cause for it.

A representative for the company cited the reason for the dismissal as irreconcilable differences. However, the man claimed that he spent months on the job attempting to strengthen partnerships between the community and the company. He also alleges that the company board agreed with his initiatives. It was also noted that the man is African-American, and he has not ruled out discrimination as a potential factor in his dismissal. 

Wrongful termination can leave many individuals wondering what happened to cause such an unjust action. In many cases, these parties want to find answers and pursue justice for themselves. By filing a civil claim for wrongful dismissal, affected Colorado residents may be able to follow a legal course to achieve legal redress. Discussing specifics with experienced attorneys could help interested parties proceed efficiently.

Source: vtdigger.org, "Former Burlington health center CEO claims wrongful termination", Erin Mansfield, Nov. 19, 2016

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