Protecting Your Rights Against Workplace Retaliation
In our country, it is illegal for employers to punish workers for filing legitimate claims or for reporting or refusing to participate in illegal activity. Unfortunately, workplace retaliation is still widespread and can leave the employee feeling humiliated and defeated and, in the worst cases, without a job.
If you have been the victim of retaliatory actions at work, it is important to understand that you have legal rights to remedy your situation. Whether you face ongoing retaliation by a supervisor or were the victim of a one-time injustice, a qualified employment law lawyer can help you find the resolution you rightly deserve.
At Waldron, Fann & Parsley, Attorneys at Law, we dedicate a significant portion of our legal practice to protecting employees’ rights, which includes cases of workplace retaliation. Our lawyers have meaningful experience in all aspects of retaliation law and have achieved great success in a wide range of retaliation complaints such as:
Methods Of Retaliation
- Wrongful termination
- Decrease in pay
- Unfavorable change in work hours
- Hostile workplace environment
Actions Leading To Retaliation
- Reporting safety issues at work
- Reporting an OSHA violation
- Filing a workers’ compensation claim
- Reporting an illegal activity of a co-worker or superior
- Taking FMLA leave
- Refusing to participate in illegal workplace activity
As our client, you will benefit from our attorneys’ 55-plus years of combined legal experience. Our lawyers are skilled at using the law to promote our client’s position and have a strong track record of obtaining results without the need for trial. However, when appropriate, we are fully prepared to advance to courtroom litigation in order to see justice served.
No Fee Unless You Win — We Do Not Get Paid Unless YOU Get Paid When faced with an important legal matter, our Murfreesboro law firm will provide the aggressive advocacy you need and the supportive client service you deserve. Contact us online or at 800-215-1081 to discuss your case with a lawyer. We are ready to help.