Can My Employer Fire Me?

There is no shortage of things for you to worry about if you have been injured at work. On top of the physical pain, medical bills and uncertainty of your recovery, you may also be worried about falling out of favor with your boss or even losing your job.

If the third party who is responsible for your workplace injury has close ties to your company, it could create an awkward situation. But, even if you are an at-will employee, it is illegal for your employer to fire you for making a claim or considering making a claim for personal injury compensation.

Farmer, Cline & Campbell, PLLC: We Will Look Out For Your Rights

Not only will we pursue available compensation from negligent parties such as subcontractors, manufacturers or dangerous motorists, we will make sure your employer follows the law and meets their obligations to you.

We have a successful track record of protecting workplace injury victims in West Virginia, and we will not be satisfied until you have the compensation you are entitled to for your pain and suffering, medical costs, and lost earnings.

You can rely on our proven lawyers to handle all interactions with the insurance companies so you can focus on recovering from your work-related injury.

Four reasons to choose Farmer, Cline & Campbell

Put Our Attorneys On Your Side

The best thing you can do to aid your recovery and protect your job is make sure you have a strong legal advocate looking out for you. Contact us today for a free case evaluation. We have office locations in Charleston, Beckley and Morgantown.