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Finding Justice Through Retaliation Claims

You may have good reason to believe that your employer’s treatment of you was unfair if you were demoted or fired after taking any of these actions at work:

  • You complained to your supervisor or a human resources representative about sexual harassment or abuse that you have experienced on the job.
  • You blew the whistle after discovering that illegal activities such as health care fraud were going on in your workplace.
  • In accordance with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), you took sick leave or time off to care for your terminally ill spouse.

Being penalized or fired under one of these circumstances is likely illegal. If you can prove your case, you may be eligible to recover compensation and you may even be reinstated to your position. Most employees in such situations need to work closely with experienced employment law attorneys to get the legal remedies they deserve.

Hoyer Law Group, PLLC, is a trustworthy source of advocacy in retaliation cases. With our headquarters in Tampa, Florida, we also serve clients nationwide from offices in Washington, D.C., Michigan and California. We welcome the opportunity to advise you on workplace dilemmas involving retaliation claims.

Why Hire Us To Handle Your Retaliation Claim?

Our lawyers have recovered numerous multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts for clients who had experienced discrimination and/or illegal retaliation on the job. We work closely with clients, collaborating with them in pursuit of justice. Our clients enjoy abundant personalized attention and frequent communications with their attorneys.

Perhaps you have not been fired or penalized yet, but you want to know how to protect your rights proactively. We will gladly counsel you on how to preserve the evidence you may need to bring a retaliation claim or lawsuit.

We also advise employers who are responding to retaliation claims or who seek to avoid retaliation claims.

To schedule a consultation, call 888-943-1352 or send an email inquiry.