A Proven Lawyer For Whistleblower Retaliation

Reporting an employer's wrongdoing is the right thing and laws should protect you from retaliation. Unfortunately, employers may try to illegally punish whistleblowers with demotions, termination and other adverse employment actions. If your employer fires or harasses you after whistleblowing, we can help you file a whistleblower retaliation claim. At Gigliotti & Gigliotti, we fight for our clients and offer them whistleblower protection.

From our Lake Forest office, we fight for clients across California, including Orange and Los Angeles counties. Our attorney has over 25 years of experience and a long record of favorable results for clients. Call our office now at 800-560-1081 to schedule a free case evaluation.

What Exactly Is Whistleblower Retaliation?

To file a whistleblower retaliation claim, you must prove that you suffered adverse employment effects for blowing the whistle. These cases are difficult because you must review all of the case details and build a compelling courtroom argument that proves the retaliation claim.

There are many actions that can count as whistleblower retaliation such as:

  • Discrimination
  • Reassignment affecting prospects for promotion
  • Reducing pay or hours
  • Wrongful termination
  • Blacklisting
  • Demotions
  • Denying overtime or promotion
  • Unnecessary discipline
  • Denial of benefits
  • Failure to hire or rehire
  • Intimidation and harassment

If you are experiencing retaliation, you need to document every interaction with your employer and supervisor. We recommend that clients copy their personal email in messages that pertain to their case. By copying your personal account on emails, you will still have access to your messages if you are terminated. You can always reach out to our attorney to find the best possible way to document your case details.

Talk To Our Lawyer Now, For Free

We represent clients on a contingent-fee basis, which means that you will not owe any attorney fees unless we win your case. To schedule your free consultation, call 800-560-1081 or send a message to our attorney. We have Spanish translation services available so you can communicate in your preferred language. Se Habla Español.