Whistleblower Protections Lawyer in Richardson
Ensuring Your Employment Rights Are Protected
Bad business practices can harm many people. When executives at a company
make an unethical or unlawful decision, it is important that someone speak
up and tell the truth about it. While it takes a lot of courage to do
so, there are laws in place that protect people who blow the whistle.
You need to feel protected when you do the right thing, and MAS Law can
help you ensure your right to do so is safe. We help clients all throughout
Richardson with issues involving whistleblowing. If you were targeted
for retaliation following your report of bad practices, call us for a
Protect your rights as a worker by calling the Richardson whistleblowing
lawyer at MAS Law today. Dial (972) 460-9339 or
contact us online.
Keeping Employers Accountable
White-collar crimes are fairly common, but always ill-advised. When an
executive makes a decision that negatively influences the entire company,
everyone’s livelihood is put at stake. Employees should speak out
and report the issue. However, they don’t have to do so without a plan.
MAS Law can help employees plan their case and protect their career.
Through effective planning, we can help:
- Gather important evidence
- Strategize about who to tell
- Plan what you will say and how to respond to any pushback
If you are considering reporting unlawful business practices, speak with
an attorney about how to proceed.
Dealing with Retaliation
Whistleblower protections are put in place to keep employees safe from
angry bosses. Retaliation is against the law, but that doesn’t stop
many employers from terminating their employees following reports of illegal
practices. If this happened to you, you may be entitled to compensation.
The statute of limitations on whistleblowing cases is two years, so you
have a brief window in which to build a strong case and begin planning
your legal strategy. With decades spent litigating cases, the Richardson
whistleblower protections attorney at MAS Law understands how to help
you demonstrate the damages you suffered.
You may be entitled to compensation for:
- Lost wages and back pay
- Reinstatement of your previous job title
- Attorney fees and other necessary expenses
Call (972) 460-9339 Today
MAS Law commends you for your willingness to stand up against unlawful
business practices, and we are here to be by your side throughout the
proceedings of your case. Get started with a free initial consultation
and learn more about how to get started.
Dial (972) 460-9339 now and
speak with a Richardson employment lawyer.