Tenacious And Persistent Representation For Whistleblowers
When an employee identifies and reports illegal workplace activity, he or she is considered a whistleblower. Whistleblower cases can be extremely difficult to settle, or even to prove in the first place. Many whistleblower cases also involve some sort of retaliation on the part of the employer.
If you believe your workplace is participating in an illegal activity or if you have experienced retaliation for reporting that activity, get in touch with our Orange County whistleblower lawyers at Solmer Law Corp. We value our clients and prioritize their needs. Each case is built with the intent to give our clients leverage against large employers who often hold all the power in these difficult cases. We employ a creative and zealous approach to properly represent and fight for our clients' rights.
Examples Of Whistleblower Cases
Whistleblowing can involve reporting any legal or ethical violation by your employer. Common examples include:
- Unsafe working conditions
- Violations of environmental protection laws
- Embezzlement, fraud or financial mismanagement
Depending on the type of violation involved, you may be entitled to a financial award for blowing the whistle, provided you take legal action in accordance with the law.
Whistleblower cases might involve:
- The False Claims Act
- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Whistleblower Protection Program
- A qui tam lawsuit
- Other legal frameworks
If you're not sure whether you have a whistleblower case, we can advise you of your options.
Contact Us For Trusted Legal Guidance On Your Whistleblower Case
If you want to pursue a whistleblower claim, or if you have been retaliated against for uncovering illegal activity in your California workplace, get in touch with our attorneys as soon as possible. Call us at 714-794-8558 or fill out our online contact form.