Employment Contract Violations

If your employer has breached your employment contract, such as by firing you before the end of a term-of-years contract, failing to pay your agreed-upon salary, or denying other benefits set forth in your employment contract, then you may have a legal claim. This includes not only written employment contracts, but also oral employment agreements.

In some instances, a company’s employee handbook or other written or verbal company policy can create a contractual right. Vantage Legal has the expertise to assess whether your employment contract has been violated, and to pursue your legal rights.

If you believe that your employer has breached your employment contract, contact Vantage Legal today for a free consultation.

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