Serving Employees in Claims of Employer Retaliation in Oxnard and Beyond
When employees complain to their employers of illegal conduct, or conduct they believe to be illegal, employers should make every effort to investigate the complaint and rectify any problems. Unfortunately, too many employers think they can fire or take some other adverse action against the person who courageously reported this illegal conduct.
Retaliation and retaliatory discharge in the workplace is illegal. If you have been the victim of retaliation, you have rights. An experienced employment attorney can help you take action and protect your rights. The Law Office of Nicolas C. Vrataric has achieved successful results for employees in Ventura County and the surrounding areas of Southern California.
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Whether you make a complaint to your immediate supervisor, someone else in your company or a government agency, you are protected from retaliation. Further, even if the conduct you report turns out to be legal, you are still protected if you have a "reasonable basis and good faith belief" that there was illegal conduct such as:
Whistleblowing to the government is also protected under the law. In every case, our lawyers will first conduct a complete investigation to determine exactly what took place. Companies will rarely admit to retaliating against an employee. Therefore, we need to find the evidence that demonstrates that you were the victim of retaliation. Our law firm has significant experience in employment litigation. If there is evidence of retaliation, we will take every step within the law to find it.
Once we have this evidence, we will help you recover the damages you are entitled to under the law. We have achieved successes for our clients in both trial and in settlement negotiations.
Contact the Oxnard Employment Retaliation Attorneys of Nicolas C. Vrataric • 805 486-7600
If your employer has retaliated against you, exercise your rights. Call or e-mail our law firm today. We offer a free initial consultation.