First off, I am sorry about your situation.
You're going about this the wrong way. Wrongful termination is a product of discrimination. This is not the case here. Here is what I see from your fact pattern.
1) In essence, it's a breach of contract
case. You contracted to work with them, and they terminated you for an invalid reason - breach of contract. Makes sense?
2) Yes, if anyone else saw your medical information, that is breach under HIPPA. However, you'd have to show proof of 51% or more that this happened in a court of law.
Best thing to do is to send have an attorney send them a mean demand letter (i.e. reinstate him or else). Many times, they'll just take you back. However, if you should want to proceed with litigation
per above, that's also an option, albeit a weaker one.
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