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No employee ever expects that they will be put in a situation where they have to share information about discriminatory, fraudulent, or illegal activity in the workplace. However, if you do, the Mesa whistleblower attorneys at Yen Pilch Robaina & Kresin PLC are here for you. Our skilled professionals will help ensure that employees are protected under both state and federal whistleblower laws after reporting their employer for suspicious activity. Our qualified and experienced team will protect you and investigate the situation to ensure the best possible outcome on your behalf.
Why Choose Mesa Whistleblower Lawyer From Yen Pilch Robaina & Kresin?
- At Yen Pilch Robaina & Kresin PLC, every employment law client that we take receives personalized attention for their case.
- Our Phoenix employment lawyers have a thorough understanding of all Arizona and federal employment laws that could affect a whistleblower case.
- We have the resources necessary to fully investigate these claims and provide protection to our clients as they work through these difficult issues.
How Will an Attorney Work A Whistleblower Case?
A skilled Mesa whistleblower attorney will provide immediate protection for employees wishing to come forward with information pertaining to their employer, regardless of whether the employer is a private company, a government agency, or a public company. A lawyer can use their resources to fully investigate these allegations and determine the best steps moving forward. This can even include state or federal regulatory agencies or law enforcement.
More importantly, a Mesa whistleblower lawyer will represent the whistleblower at every step of this process to ensure that they are protected at all times, both from their employer as well as from any state or federal agency that may try and defend themselves.
What Does it Mean to Be a Whistleblower?
Whistleblowers are important in Arizona because they help shed light on any illegal or fraudulent activities that occur in the workplace. Whistleblowers help alert the public to information that they would otherwise not be known. Unfortunately, coming forward in these situations can be very hard on an employee, particularly if they have ever participated in or been asked to participate in the questionable activity.
Under certain circumstances, Arizona and federal law provide whistleblower protections. These laws are in place to ensure that employees cannot be retaliated against by their employer when they come forward with pertinent information.
Our Mesa whistleblower protection attorneys understand that there are various reasons why a person may need to come forward to make a report about their employer. This can include, but is not limited to, the following:
- Violations of federal or state labor laws
- Reporting unsafe working conditions
- Reporting sexual harassment
- Reporting workplace discrimination
- Reporting illegal dumping or pollution
- Reporting wasteful activities by public agencies
- Reporting the misuse of federal or state tax dollars
- Healthcare fraud (Medicare/Medicaid)
Call a Mesa Whistleblower Attorney Today
If you have any questions about what whistle-blowing means or what you will be responsible for in these situations, contact the attorneys at Yen Pilch Robaina & Kresin PLC today. We are dedicated to providing quality legal assistance for people in these situations. We work to ensure that you are protected and that you receive any compensation you may be entitled to if you have been retaliated against by your employer. In fact, for qui tam claims (a type of whistleblower lawsuit), we will pursue any additional compensation you may be entitled to under federal law. When you need a Mesa whistleblower attorney, you can contact us or call at (602) 682-6450.