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What You Are Entitled To Under the WARN Act -In All 50 States

A severance package may have never been part of your employment agreement. However, if your employer violates the Worker Adjustment and Retaining Notification (WARN) Act, you may receive similar compensation following the loss of your job. WARN Act attorneys Jack A. Raisner and René S. Roupinian of Outten & Golden help clients throughout the nation, including New York, New Jersey, Ohio and California.

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Wages You Are Entitled To Under the WARN Act

According to the Federal WARN statute, you are entitled to 60 days of wages and benefits, including eligible bonuses if your layoff did not comply with the regulations. WARN applies in all states. States that have their own WARN Acts may provide additional money, particularly New Jersey. Many employers either ignore the federal or state statute or employ creative ways to get around it.

At Outten & Golden LLP, our attorneys' experience and knowledge of the law provides us the insight you need to get the compensation you deserve.

To put it simply, keep your pay stubs and contact us.

Health Benefits You Are Entitled To Under the WARN Act

In addition to salary, your now-former employer must compensate you for any terminated health insurance coverage, including reimbursement for medical expenses as well. That includes everything from prescription drugs to medical procedures. Sudden illness or injury following a layoff can put you in an unnecessary financial squeeze.

Our advice to you is to save your medical receipts and seek legal advice.

Aggressive WARN Act Advocates on Your Side

WARN Act lawyers Jack A. Raisner and René S. Roupinian can help. They will conduct an in-depth analysis of your claim, the strength of the case, and assess if there were any other employees involved. A seasoned attorney's help is vital. There is no charge for a telephone consultation, and, if your case goes forward, legal fees will not be assessed unless you prevail.

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