Hartford Whistleblower Claims
Termination & Whistleblower Cases
Under state and federal laws, it is illegal for an employer to fire, demote, mistreat, harass, or retaliate against an employee in any way for "whistle blowing." Whistle blowing refers to the act in which an employee reports or "blows the whistle" on his/her employer for violating the law. Several federal statutes with regards to whistleblower claims have been enacted to protect employees who speak out against employer wrongdoings, such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Title VII, and OSHA. Employees are protected under these laws even if the employer they suspected of wrongdoing turned out to be found to be in compliance with the law.
As skilled Hartford employment law attorneys, Cicchiello & Cicchiello, LLP has experience representing clients who blew the whistle on employers suspected of committing the following types of violations:
We represent employees who have taken a serious risk by reporting employers whom they suspect are engaging in wrongful or illegal activity. We believe that people who jeopardize the security of their jobs on behalf of the greater good deserve to be protected by aggressive, knowledgeable, and experienced attorneys. We are dedicated to helping employees who have suffered from some sort of retaliation for filing whistleblower claims, and therefore exhaust 100% of our time, energy, and resources into securing a favorable outcome on their behalf.
Contact a Hartford Employment Lawyer For Help
If you have suffered from retaliation from your employer after reporting them to authorities for engaging in unlawful behavior, we can help. This is an extremely complex area of the law, and requires the attention of a highly trained employment law attorney. Our Hartford whistleblower claims attorneys are very knowledgeable and experienced in resolving these types of cases, and can protect you from further retaliation from your employer.
If you are in need of legal counsel or protection for filing a whistleblower claim, contact a Hartford employment lawyer today.