California Whistleblower Lawyers
People are reluctant to speak out when their employers violate the law. You don’t need to be afraid. Your employer cannot terminate you or punish you in any way because of your whistleblower efforts. The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker is available to assist you in challenging unfair or unlawful measures.
What Is Considered Whistleblowing In California?
Whistleblowing is the act of an employee informing the appropriate authorities of unlawful or fraudulent behavior. Typical instances of whistleblowing include disclosing:
- Health and Safety Violations
- Tax Fraud
- Financial Forgeries or Fraud
- Deceptive or Unfair Business Practices
- Shareholder Rights Violations
- Other Employment Law Violations
As long as the employee can demonstrate they had a good faith belief that criminal action had happened, they are protected. It’s crucial to emphasize that whistleblower protections exist even if it turns out the employer was not responsible for the alleged illegal behavior.
How to React to Whistleblowing Retaliation
When you participate in whistleblower activities, you should keep careful records of potential retaliation events. For example, you should collect all possible incident documentation if you are subjected to hostility at work, disciplined, or fired. Request a written explanation of the action taken against you, a copy of your employee record, and contact information from any coworkers who may have witnessed employer remarks or actions relevant to your case.
Our experienced lawyers at The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker can assist you in building a compelling case for compensation after whistleblowing reprisal based on your documentation and our own assessment of the facts of your case. We can aggressively fight to help you get your job back after a wrongful termination and/or win financial compensation for lost income, emotional distress, court costs, and other damages associated with the retaliation. We can represent your interests in and out of court.
Call The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker Now for Your Free Consultation
We know employment law can be confusing. We offer free initial consultations to anyone who believes their rights have been violated at work. Call us at 800-333-0000 to request a consultation and find out if the mistreatment justifies legal action. Submit your case online through our case submission form.