WHISTLEBLOWERS HAVE A
DEDICATED LEGAL ALLY
There’s no bones about it. Your employer is defrauding the government through corruption and untruthful actions in order to boost its profits. It’s not right and illegal. You document what you have seen and report the actions and behavior to management. Suddenly and surprisingly, you are fired.
Workplace retaliation against whistleblowers is more common than you think. An experienced attorney in employment law can help you take legal action. It is time to remedy this unfair and illegal tactic subscribed to by your employer. The Gaddy Law Firm in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is a serious, solid and aggressive team led by attorney Brian Gaddy. He has a deep understanding of employment law and has represented many clients in whistleblower/qui tam cases related to government fraud.
YOU HAVE THE FEDERAL LAW ON YOUR SIDE
Your employer’s action is an example of workplace retaliation. Federal law protects employees whose employer retaliates against them in ways that may include termination, a demotion, cut in pay or suspension. Brian Gaddy and his legal team are determined to help you overcome this situation. He has represented whistleblowers in government fraud-related cases related to:
Billing for goods and services never provided
Double-billing for services
Misrepresentation, claiming the company may be a minority- or female-owned when it is not in order to secure a better agreement
Providing defective and substandard parts for products
You spoke up because it was your moral and legal duty to do so. Now, you have been labeled a troublemaker. Brian Gaddy and his team will do their best to remedy the situation in order to secure compensation for your employer’s illegal action
WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO HELP
You expected fair treatment from your employer who has retaliated against you for speaking up. Now you have been punished or are out of a job. The Gaddy Law Firm in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has vast experience representing clients in whistleblower/qui tam cases and understands employment law. We are prepared to help you. For an initial consultation, contact us online or call 505-254-9090.