What Are Whistleblowers?
Whistleblowers are often employees that can be forced by an employer to do something unlawful just to make a sale? Do you have good reason to believe your company is violating the law?
These are called whistleblower claims. The attorneys of Hogie & Campbell will provide guidance on exposing the illegal action and can represent you if an employer violates your rights and does retaliate against you for whistleblowing activities.
Whistleblowers Must Protect Themselves.
As an employee, you should be able to challenge the illegal practices and go to a lawyer with your concerns. Sometimes, however, you may be threatened with a demotion or even with the loss of your job. We can help. At Hogie & Campbell, we have experience in whistleblower claims against employers who retaliated against employees for questioning, refusing to engage in, or exposing unlawful practices such as:
- Illegal corporate misconduct such as dumping chemicals
- Overt employment discrimination
- Sexual harassment
- Deceitful or false advertising
- Forcing employees to lie or commit consumer fraud
- Fixing the books to show a profit
Not all suspicious activities are illegal. We will review your claim and advise you on matters such as contacting Human Resources about the issue. If the matter is serious enough, or if all other remedies have been exhausted, we may file a lawsuit to stop the illegal activity and/or to seek compensation for any wrong done to you.
Economic and emotional damages usually occur when these laws are violated. If you believe you may be a whistleblower it is important that you protect your case. Whistleblowers are protected against employer harassment or retaliation and wrongful termination. Don’t be forced to quit. Get help instead. We know how to fight for whistleblowers. We won’t pressure you and we won’t tell your employer. Call Hogie & Campbell for a Free Consultation at (714) 508-6422.
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