Do You Fear Retaliation?

Many employees are understandably reluctant to report misconduct by their employers. After all, the company holds the keys to the employee’s livelihood. Putting employment status in jeopardy is not something to be stepped into lightly.

Retaliation laws are in place to protect employees from being fired or facing other adverse consequences as a result of:

  • Reporting workplace harassment or discrimination
  • Taking Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave
  • Blowing the whistle on illegal workplace activities

Not all actions are protected under retaliation laws. Before you make any important decisions, it is important to consult with an experienced employment law attorney.

At Feldman Williams, PLLC, we can help you understand how the law applies in your situation. If you have already faced workplace retaliation, we can help you pursue legal remedies that may include compensation for lost pay, reinstatement and other damages.
Types Of Retaliation

Retaliation can come in many forms, including termination, demotion, unfavorable job assignments, unfavorable performance reviews and other actions that affect your job.

Our Whistleblower Retaliation Lawyers Are Here to Help

We are on the side of employees in retaliation claims. To learn more about how the whistleblower lawyers at Feldman Williams, PLLC can help protect you from retaliation, please contact us to schedule your free case evaluation. We handle retaliation claims for clients for clients throughout Florida and Georgia from our offices in Tampa, Jacksonville, Orlando and Atlanta.