If You See Something, Say Something’ Holds True In The Workplace
We Protect The Rights Of Whistleblowers
Have you been fired or dismissed from your job after filing a complaint against your employer? Do you believe your dismissal comes as a reprisal for refusing to participate in an illegal act? Did you act as a witness during a government investigation of your employer and were fired because of it?
At the Law Offices of Gary A. Costales, P.A., we fight for the rights of employees unfairly terminated for such actions. Under the Florida Whistleblower Act, employees who cooperate in government investigations, refuse to participate in illegal practices or have filed a complaint against their employer are protected against retaliation and dismissal.
If you feel you have been unfairly fired and think you qualify for protection under the Florida Whistleblower Act, call 877-389-7395 or email the firm today.
Who Is Protected?
OSHA and Sarbanes-Oxley, as well as the Florida Whistleblower Act offer protection to employees who:
- Participate in a governmental investigation of any employer who refuse to participate in a practice that they believe is illegal
- Have filed a written complaint with any governmental agency concerning an employer’s illegal activities
What Can Be Done?
If you have been terminated or otherwise penalized financially, action can be brought against your employer. Even being passed over for a raise or receiving a demotion after your participation in a whistleblowing activity can be grounds for legal action.
With our assistance, you can seek damages for the wages lost through your dismissal or demotion, and can seek reinstatement at your position if desired.
Contact our office by email or call 877-389-7395 today to discuss your case in a free phone consultation.
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