This is one of the most common questions that our clients ask us and it is one of the most difficult questions to answer. We cannot provide you with an exact value for your potential wrongful termination case without additional information. The value of a wrongful termination case can depend on various factors, including the specific circumstances of the termination, the amount of damages you are seeking, and the strength of the evidence supporting your claim.
In general, potential damages in a wrongful termination case may include:
Lost wages and benefits: This includes the amount of money you would have earned from the time of termination to the time of trial, as well as the value of any lost benefits such as health insurance or retirement benefits.
Emotional distress: If you experienced emotional distress as a result of the termination, you may be able to seek compensation for this harm.
Punitive damages: In some cases, a court may award punitive damages