Hillsborough County Retaliation Claim Attorney
Did you discover some sort of fraud or wrongdoing being committed by your employer? Were you terminated or retaliated against in some other way after you reported the wrongdoing? An experienced lawyer can help you explore your options. At the Poulos Law Firm in Tampa, Florida, I have the strength and experience to assist with these cases, which are referred to as whistleblower claims, as well as all related retaliation claims. My trial background allows me to fight as necessary to protect your rights.
Have You Discovered an Act of Fraud?
Whistleblower claims typically involve evidence of fraud against the state or federal government, or some government body. A common example is IRS fraud, in which an employer is withholding taxes. Another example is contractor fraud, in which an employer is billing the government too much or for services or materials that are not being provided.
The first step after discovering an act of fraud on your employer's part is to report that fraud. The method of reporting may vary based on the type of fraud you have discovered. I am able to help you report the wrongdoing properly and take all possible steps to protect you.
Have You Been Retaliated Against Because of What You Found Out?
It is not uncommon for an employer to terminate or take other action against an employee who reports fraud. However, it is illegal for an employer to retaliate against a whistleblower. Whether you have been fired, demoted, your pay has been withheld or you have been the victim of any other type of retaliatory action, I will be your advocate.
To schedule a free consultation with a Tampa whistleblower claim attorney, call me at 813-418-7406 or send me an e-mail. Employment law cases are typically handled on a contingency basis, meaning I will only request payment if I am successful in getting you what you are owed, or I will seek payment of fees from your employer.
In addition to English, I provide legal services in Greek.