A doctor in another state lost his job in 2015 after reporting a safety issue he noted at the hospital for which he was employed -- Massachusetts General. Initially, a spokesperson for the hospital stated he was fired due to a patient confidentially violation; however, hospital officials have since changed their tune and opted to settle the matter. What this physician has been put through is not necessarily a unique situation. Numerous California residents may find themselves victims of wrongful termination for reporting issues at their places of work. They, too, can seek compensation for any damages they experience as a result of their loss of employment.
Every day, numerous California residents are fired from their jobs. For some, this is done with good reason. For others, wrongful termination may be suspected. When it is, victims may seek relief through legal means.