Charleston Whistleblower Claims Attorney
Facing Employer Retaliation in West Virginia or North Carolina?
As an employee, you try to take responsibility for your duties, work in conjunction with other employees, and mind your own business. However, if you happen to see something that you know is illegal or wrong, you may be tempted to report it. It would be nice if you could simply report the illegal action and see no blowback, but many employers or managers take actions to retaliate against their employees for reporting unlawful conduct.
At Hughes & Goldner, PLLC, we offer aggressive representation for employees who have faced retaliation for whistleblower claims or any other type of legal claim. Our Charleston employment attorneys are dedicated to protecting your rights.
What Does a Whistleblower Claim Entail?
If you work for a publicly-held corporation, a small private employer, or a local, state, or federal government agency, you may be privy to such things as attempts to violate safety standards, attempts to skip financial disclosure standards, or attempts to defraud the government. If you report these attempts or openly question whether company practices violate the law, you may be in a protected status. You should consult an attorney if you suffer retaliation after doing so.
Examples of instances of whistle blower protection include:
- Medical billing fraud
- Medicare or Medicaid billing fraud
- Construction billing fraud
- Defense contractor fraud
- OSHA Violations
- IRS tax fraud
- Violations of wage laws
- Financial disclosure shortfalls under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Hire a Charleston Employment Law Attorney
Our legal team understands the stress of facing a hostile work environment or having your job be put at risk as a result of doing the right thing. If you are facing retaliation for any reason, you do not have to fight alone. Our whistleblower lawyers in Charleston and Sneads Ferry, North Carolina are here to aggressively represent you and help you.
To learn more about how we can help, contact us today at (855) 217-2599 to request a case consultation.