One of the primary reasons people are reluctant to file a whistleblower lawsuit is fear of retaliation. While the laws provide protection, there are still many important concerns and potential consequences that must be addressed before making the decision to file suit.
The Whistleblower Law Collaborative focuses on helping whistleblowers take action and set the record straight. If you choose to pursue the case, you will have the resources, knowledge, skill and experience of two respected law firms behind you.
You are protected from retaliation by both federal and state laws. You are encouraged to contact an experienced and qualified false claims act attorney to discuss a potential retaliation lawsuit if you have experienced, or are in fear of facing, any adverse actions:
- Attacks on your character or reputation
- Change in the shift you are assigned to work
- Hostile work environment
- Job loss
- Job transfer to another location or department
- Reduction in hours
- Reduction in wages
- Threats of physical violence
The initial assessment process is not only an examination of your potential case, but a time for providing the information you need to make an educated legal decision. Both the potential advantages and pitfalls of pursuing the case will be considered and explained as the firm's attorneys help you to understand what you can expect to encounter during the process. The final decision is yours and your privacy will be closely guarded.
Contact the Whistleblower Law Collaborative
The lawyers at Thomas & Associates and Durrell Law Office have joined forces to create the Whistleblower Law Collaborative. The Collaborative serves clients nationwide from its offices in Boston, Massachusetts. Call toll free at 877-341-5952 to arrange a free initial phone consultation.