4. For health insurance, check with Massachusetts Health Connectorto see if you're eligible for free or low-cost benefits. If you're applying for or receiving unemployment benefits, you should also check with the Medical Security Plan to see if you're eligible for benefits.
5. Start looking for another job & keep records of your job search.
6. Gather together any documents you have from your former job.
7. If you think you lost your job because of unlawful discrimination (that is, because of your race; color; age (if you are over 40); sex; pregnancy; national origin; ancestry; religion; disability; genetics; sexual orientation; or gender identity or expression) or if you think you lost your job because you complained about discrimination or harassment, call the Fair Employment Project (617-902-0192) to discuss your options.
10. For other legal claims, use Masslegalservices.org to see if there is free or low-cost help in your area. To find a law firm, call the Boston Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service (617-742-0625) or the Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service (617-654-0400).
11. If you are not sure where to start, call us at 617-902-0192.
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