At Dyer Law, we understand that working through a whistleblower retaliation claim can be difficult. Our team won’t let you go through this intimidating process all on your own. We’ll be there with you every step of the way to make sure that your rights as an employee are protected. If you need legal guidance, give our team a call today for a free, no-pressure consultation.
Understanding Whistleblower Retaliation Laws
Whistleblower protection laws exist to allow employees to report an employer’s illegal actions without receiving retaliation against them in the workplace. Unfortunately, employees may receive adverse actions from their job when they do this such as harassment from their employer or being wrongfully terminated.
Every employee deserves to feel safe in the workplace, and if you feel that your rights have been violated, one of our attorneys can help you file a lawsuit to see that you receive the fair settlement that you deserve.
The Employee Rights Attorneys You Can Count On
Dyer Law has nearly three decades of experience representing employees in Lincoln and Omaha and we are dedicated to helping you get a settlement from whistleblower retaliation. You’re not just another case or number to us; you are a person whose rights have been violated in a safe space. Dyer Law’s team will be there for you from beginning to end, standing firm in your corner while advocating for you.
We understand how stressful it can be to experience whistleblower retaliation, which is why we go above and beyond to make sure that our clients are cared for. Dyer Law offers around-the-clock service to the people we fight for. If you have questions about your case or simply need a shoulder to lean on, Dyer Law will be by your side.
The Dyer Law Process
If you’re feeling stressed about your whistleblower retaliation case, that’s where we come in to help. Dyer Law is here to help simplify the complicated legal process so you are able to focus on what truly matters in your life. Here’s what you can do to make the first step:
Contact our team to set up your free consultation.
A member of our team will meet with you in person or on the phone to learn more about your situation.
We’ll help you to understand your rights while providing professional advice on how you should move forward.
If we mutually decide to move forward with your case, we will get started and work towards getting you the compensation you deserve.
Whistleblower Retaliation FAQs
Do you still have questions about whistleblower retaliation? Learn more about your rights as an employee from our frequently asked questions.
What is the Difference Between Whistleblower and Retaliation Claims?
These terms are often used interchangeably, but these claims are often handled differently. Whistleblower laws protect the general population from abuse or safety violations on a grand scale with regard to public safety, environmental safety, or government or investor transparency. Retaliation laws are used to protect an individual from firing, demotion, or other punishments by his or her direct employer.
How Do You Prove Whistleblower Retaliation?
To prove whistleblower retaliation, you must be able to show that you were fired because of your complaint or report. Note that timing is important in these cases and the less time between your complaint and your employer’s negative action against you, the stronger your case is.
What Are My Options if I Am a Victim of Whistleblower Retaliation?
When you file a whistleblower retaliation claim against your employer, you may be entitled to damages that could include:
- Lost wages and benefits
- Compensation for physical or emotional pain and suffering
- Punitive damages designed to punish your employer for misbehavior
Contact Dyer Law
Have you experienced retaliation after blowing the whistle on your employer? Give Dyer Law a call for a no-pressure, free consultation! Our team will work alongside you to make sure you’re represented by people who care about your issues and want to see that you get the compensation you deserve. Dyer Law will always be here for you—even if you just need to sort through some questions regarding your case.