(WTNH) - Employee Advocates, LLC has helped employees who are wrongfully terminated, fired, or discharged for any of the following reasons:
* Sexual orientation
* AIDS or other illnesses
* Sexual harassment
Many of these circumstances are outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as clear violations and exceptions to the Connecticut policy that most forms of employment are at-will. Our office will help you gather evidence to support your case, and we will negotiate with your former employer.
Wrongful discharge or termination may also include being fired as a retaliatory act for reporting a safety or OSHA violation or exercising any other statutory right you have as part of being a responsible employee. We can help you file a complaint with the Connecticut Human Rights and Opportunities Commission (CHRO).
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MERIDEN, Conn. (AP) — Two Connecticut police officers who helped victims of the Boston Marathon bombings last April were among dozens of state and local officers honored for saving lives and other brave acts.