You'll need to have the information ready that shows that there may be a case. You see, Florida is an "at will" employment state. At-will employment means that without a contract, you have no contractual or other right to employment with the company. The company is entitled to fire you for any reason: a good reason, a poor reason, or no reason at all--as long as the company does not fire you for an illegal reason (race, gender, age, religion, etc...). But it extends beyond firing, to hiring, promotions, demotions, wage cuts and raises, disciplinary actions, and even scheduling. Unless you can show that this was done in violation of a contract, union agreement, or a clear violation of an unambiguous and binding clause against the employer, or that it was done because of some minority status (age, race, gender, religion, disability) that you have, then they do have this discretion.
So the attorney is going to ask if you were part of a union or had a written employment contract, or if there was some written employment policy that was violated by their actions.
The attorney will ask if you feel (and if you can prove) that you were singled out based upon your race, age, religion, gender or disability, or if you were targeted for taking FMLA leave.
If you're asking about unemployment benefits rather than a wrongful termination case, the attorney would ask about the reasons given for your termination and if they contested the unemployment filing (which you would first have to do and be denied).
Having that information ready before you speak with an attorney would be a good idea. You also don't have to necessarily call. That being said, you can contact an attorney in your area that deals with employment law cases. Go to www.lawyers.com or www.legalmatch.com to find an attorney in your area. You should be able to find one that will give you a free initial consultation and better advise you of your rights, any problems with your case, likelihood of success, how courts are treating cases such as yours in your area, and what you should do next.
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