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In employment law, if you have no employment contract that specifically states you can only be terminated for cause, your employment is "at will." This is true in every state but one (Montana), so Florida does recognize "at will" employment. An at will employee can legally be terminated at any time, with or without cause. The employer doesn't have to give a good reason, because they don't need a reason in an 'at will' employment situation.
So, you have to determine if you have a contract of employment like the one I mentioned. If you do, the resolution is easy. You sue in state court for breach of your employment contract that required cause. However, most people do not have such contracts.
If you don't have an employment contract you then have to ask yourself if the employer ever indicated an illegal motivation for wanting to terminate you. This would be discrimination based on your race, religion, gender, age, disability or recent FMLA (medical leave) use. If you have any reason to believe that any one of those is the actual basis for your termination, you should then file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in your state (Department of Labor instead for FMLA). That entity can investigate the matter more closely and grant you the right to sue in Federal court.
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