National Whistleblower Lawsuit Attorneys & Lawyers
Many people work loyally for an employer for years and for the most part they think that everything is going well. Unfortunately, some people make the horrifying discovery at some point that their employer is doing something that is illegal and perhaps extremely dangerous. This realization leaves people with a choice, and that choice involves either reporting that conduct to authorities or remaining silent. Those who choose to shed light on illegal conduct are known informally in the legal world as whistleblowers, and there have been many examples in the past of courageous people who have brought public attention to terrible acts committed by companies.
Unfortunately, the reality is that whistleblowers face a very stressful and difficult situation, as no one wants to create an intense controversy with their employers. They reasonably fear that they will endure retaliation at the hands of their employers and therefore they are reluctant to move forward even though doing so would be the right thing. People in this position should make sure that they receive sound legal advice from whistleblower lawyers before they move forward so that they can obtain an understanding of how they are protected.
The attorneys associated with National Injury Help, has helped many clients deal with whistleblower cases across the United States. When we get involved in this type of a matter, we thoroughly explain the rights and protections available to that whistleblower before deciding how to proceed. At the heart of many of these matters is that issue of retaliation by an employer even though this conduct is considered illegal under the federal False Claims Act. Many states have similar statutes in existence as well.
When someone meets with one of the whistleblower lawyers at National Injury Help, they can rest assured of the following:
- Their first consultation will be free of charge
- That consultation will remain strictly confidential
- The prospective whistleblower will have all of his or her options fully explained
- The facts of the situation will be analyzed
- A course of action will be suggested
If a whistleblower retains the firm, then he or she can also rest assured that every protection afforded by the law will be put to work for the benefit of that person and that every remedy that can be pursued will be pursued aggressively.
If you find yourself in a position where you discover that your employer is doing something wrong, you need to take a long look at yourself and decide whether or not to do the right thing. The right thing is often not the easy thing, but people in the past who have taken this courageous step have made a world of positive difference for those who would have been harmed by this illegal conduct. If this is something that you’re either ready to do or you need help deciding what to do, the best place to start is with some answers. Contact the whistleblower lawyers at National Injury Help, today to schedule a free initial consultation.
United States National Whistleblower Lawsuit Attorneys & Lawyers page updated April 5, 2019