A New Strategy to Termination & Severance Pay

Neufeld Legal PC: Chris@NeufeldLegal.com - 403-400-4092 (Alberta) - 905-616-8864 (Ontario)

The idea that there is a single strategy that works for all employment dismissals is to put it mildly sheer arrogance. There isn't a one size fits all strategy that works to optimize a fired employee's payout for maximum termination and severance pay. Even the strategies that I have developed rely upon specific variables being present (which exist in certain large mine operations, but not all such mines), without which the strategies may not be appropriate and it becomes necessary to use an alternate approach. However, where one of our strategies is appropriate, in my professional estimation, they have the potential to generate more significant results, such that obtaining a free initial assessment (even if its a second opinion) would be to your personal advantage.

So if you're looking at assessing your options and not simply placing your reliance upon standardized and formulaic demand letters and long-standing claims for additional termination and severance pay that are rarely, if ever, going to get you what you really want, contact our law firm. The mine's corporate executives and their lawyers know the standard approaches and really don't feel all that threatened. They might give a little more to satisfy those former employees and their lawyers, however they know full well that it will rarely result in the mining company having to make a substantially greater payout. What can you do knowing that? Well, if the specific facts and circumstances allow for it, there might be the possibility for a more innovative approach that puts real pressure on your former mining employer and can increase the likelihood of obtaining a greater settlement. Hence the need for an innovative strategy that aims to provide yourself with a much needed tactical advantage.

So if you're a recently terminated, long-serving mine employee looking for a lawyer to provide a specialized approach to reviewing and potentially pursuing an increased termination and severance pay-out, or your looking for a second opinion, do not hesitate to contact employee lawyer Christopher Neufeld at Chris@NeufeldLegal.com or call 403-400-4092 (Alberta), 905-616-8864 (Ontario).

Fired Mining Employee: Termination & Severance Pay

For your Free Termination & Severance Pay Assessment email chris@neufeldlegal.com or call

403-400-4092 (Alberta) / 905-616-8864 (Ontario)