Suing for wrongful termination is difficult, and you should never attempt it without the help of a good lawyer. Many states are "right to work" states, where employers have great latitude to hire and fire as they please. A firing may be unfair, but still not legally actionable. If you don't have good legal advice, you may lose time and money trying to sue, only to have your case dismissed.
In this blog, I'll share what I've learned about actionable wrongful termination and employment discrimination lawsuits. The information in these posts should help you decide whether or not you have a case and help you figure out what to look for in a lawyer.