Rochester Wrongful Termination Lawyers

Find the right Wrongful Termination attorney in Rochester, NH

Employment in the state of New Hampshire is mostly considered to be "at-will" employment. "At will" means that for any reason, both the employer or the worker may end the work relationship at any point. The only exception to "at-will" employment is that the employment can not be terminated in a manner that breaks the law.

It is essential that you find out what type of employment your work is classified as, because employment that is not considered to be "at will" is subject to different restrictions. Usually, if your employment arrangement was for a set term, it is not "at will", and the employment can only be terminated according to procedure contained in the contract.

What are the Illegal Grounds for Terminating At Will Employment in New Hampshire?

Regarding terminating a New Hampshire employee, discrimination is the most common illegal reason. An employer may not fire an employee just because they are of a specific race, religion, gender, or nationality. An employer in Rochester also cannot fire at-will employees in retaliation for the employee filing a claim for discrimination or initiating an investigation of discrimination against the employer.

Moreover, according to the Family and Medical leave, employers are prohibited from firing employees who take leave for family or medical purposes. Finally, an employer may not terminate an employee for refusing to do something illegal, for exercising a legal right, or performing a legal obligation.

Do I Need a New Hampshire Attorney for My Wrongful Termination Case?

Attorneys in Rochester, New Hampshire may be able to inform you as to whether a wrongful termination has occurred, and can assist you in collecting the required documents for your case. There may also be unique or unfamiliar procedures, and an attorney can guide you through these as well.

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Rochester is home to 32,000 Strafford County residents who live in New Hampshire's largest region, the Seacoast region. Rochester is home to Skyhaven Airport and the annual Rochester Fair. The Rochester Fair has lots of games, carnival ride, and even food, wine, and fine dining tents.

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