Whistleblowers Have Rights Too
As an employee, you do your job to the best of your ability. If your employer asks you to conduct illegal activity as part of your job, you have the right to refuse. If you know that your employer is engaged in criminal activity, you have the right to report it.
Blowing the Whistle
When you report illegal activities within your organization, you are termed a “whistleblower.” Various laws protect whistleblowers from all sorts of retaliation. If you have been the victim of wrongful termination, or you have been demoted, suspended, or otherwise penalized for reporting or refusing to do something that you believe to be illegal, we are here for you.
If you have taken, or are considering taking, whistleblower actions against your employer, we are ready to stand by your side to protect your rights.
Where to Turn
You’ve been pushed far enough. It’s time to call us and find out how we can make your employer pay for what they’ve done to you. We are passionate in our mission to assist employees who have been unfairly treated and get them the resolution they deserve.
Important Note: Under the law, you have a limited amount of time to act.
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