Employment contracts are a feature of the modern workplace for many reasons. The contract represents a series of promises and commitments between the employer and employee. If an employer breaches an employment contract, the employee can sue for damages that arise from the breach. Often the employment contract designates the place in which the employee can enforce his or her rights. These days, the chosen forum is usually private arbitration. If there is no forum specified in the contract, the employee can sue the employer in state or federal court for breaching the employment contract. SGB attorneys have had recent success representing employees in breach of contract cases, including winning $1.39 million judgment at trial plus another $2 million in a post-trial settlement for wages owed on a contract to a wrongfully terminated employee.
Contact SGB Breach of Contract Lawyers – We’re ready to fight for your rights
If your employer has broken its promises by breaching an employment contract, SGB is here to help. There is no charge for us to review your potential claim. Employment cases are either accepted on contingency or billed hourly. We discuss our fees up front with our clients. Contact us today or fill out our intake questionnaire.