While there are many good, honest companies in the world, there are some who violate certain regulations or act in an illegal manner. When an employee comes forward to report the activity to the government, this person is called a whistleblower. It is the ultimate goal to keep the identity of this employee confidential, but if it is known, they may face retaliation from their employer. This is where V. James DeSimone Law comes in to help. Our Los Angeles employment lawyers are well aware of your rights as a whistleblower and we work hard to see that no retaliation comes your way.
Retaliation can come in the following forms:
If you have witnessed the violation or illegal act personally and you report this to the proper government authority, you may be able to recover some of the money that is recovered. Backed by 30 years of experience, our team at V. James DeSimone Law has handled countless qui tam actions and whistleblower cases. We know how to help you build your case against your employer and work to protect your rights at every step of the process.
As a whistleblower, you may report activities of safety violations, fraud, white collar crimes, discrimination in the workplace, and more. If you believe that you have the necessary evidence to turn your employer in, we encourage you to reach out to us. We can sit with you and discuss the evidence and the circumstances pertaining to your case. We then build a strong case on your behalf. At all times, we work to keep your identity confidential, or protect you from retaliation if it becomes known. We extend our services to help clients in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, and all of Southern California.
To begin your case, call our firm at (310) 693-5561.
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