No, I can't give you my email address. We can only communicate through this forum.
That was the only phrase I was looking for.
An offer letter is not a contract of employment. It is just an offer letter. Without that phrase that I mentioned concerning termination, it can't be regarded as a contract of employment. That means that your employment was "at will
." That means that the terms of your employment were also "at will."
At will employment and the terms of at will employment can be changed at any time, including and up to termination. The employer doesn't legally need cause for termination in an "at will" employment situation. The cause given doesn't even have to be accurate.
What that means in this situation is that the employer did not legally have to wait 2 years for you to get your license. The employer could change that term, at any time, as an "at will" term. They chose to change it and terminated your employment.
Without a contract of employment, there is no basis for a wrongful termination
claim unless you can allege discrimination
, which you stated that you can not do.
Pain and suffering and lost wages are not actually the basis for lawsuits. They are a measure of damages, but you have to have a basis for the lawsuit itself. For instance, of you had a contract of employment and the employer breached that contract, then you could sue for breach of contract
and attempt to claim lost wages as a damage.
The problem here is that you have no basis for your suit. You did not have a contract of employment that is enforcible for wrongful termination. You can not claim discrimination based on one of those illegal factors. Yes, you won unemployment
, but that is an entirely different standard that wrongful termination.
On these facts, I regret to say that I see no basis for a claim of wrongful termination.