You would typically be looking for a demand letter to send to the employer then. This is something that is usually drafted by an attorney since it should set out the law on which the employee's claim is based, as well as other legal references after a thorough evaluation of the case is performed.
Here is a link to a sample demand letter. It is a word document:
If you wish to draft the demand letter yourself, you could leave out the specific references to the law and include the facts that you believe amounted to a wrongful termination claim. I would not recommend doing this though as you could damage your case unknowingly.
Please remember to press the smiley faces/stars on the right of your screen when we are finished with our communication so I will be credited for my time. Kindly remember to ONLY rate my answer when you are fully satisfied. If you feel the need to rate anything less than OK, please stop and reply to me via the REPLY TO EXPERT or CONTINUE CONVERSATION button with whatever issue or clarification you may need. I will be happy to continue further and assist you until I am able to explain your concern to your satisfaction.
Thank you and all the best to you,
If you experience technical problems, please let me know or contact [email protected]