Charleston Whistleblower Attorneys

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The whistleblower law encourages public employees to report the misconduct of employers to the appropriate agencies. While these laws protect employees who file legitimate claims, many whistleblowers face retaliatory conduct from the employer after proceeding with a qui tam action.

Valid whistleblower claims involve reporting an employer for waste or misuse of public funds, or for other wrongdoings such as a violation of regulations or other laws. When an employee has, in good faith, reported their employer for waste or wrongdoing, the employer is barred from treating the employee unfairly or wrongfully terminating the employee. Our attorneys understand the state and federal protections afforded to employees under whistleblower laws.

Our attorneys are aggressive advocates of our clients’ rights. Therefore, when a client has actively pursued their right to file a legitimate whistleblower claim, we assert their right to be protected from wrongful retaliatory conduct such as:

  • Wrongful termination: We represent employees who have been wrongfully discharged after asserting their right to file a whistleblower claim.
  • Other whistleblower retaliation: We also represent employees who have endured retaliatory conduct at work after filing a whistleblower claim. Retaliatory conduct may include discrimination, decreased compensation, reduction in benefits, disciplinary actions, or other wrongful conduct.

Contact Warner Law Offices, PLLC for a free consultation. Call us at (304) 449-3505 or message us for experienced representation.

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