Retaliation Firing Is Illegal

Standing up for what you believe in can sometimes lead to unintended trouble in the workplace. If you notice illegal activity or management malfeasance, you may naturally voice your concern to your supervisor or employer. You could be labeled a "troublemaker" as result of speaking out. Consequently, you may fail to get an expected promotion or even get fired suddenly. This is an example of workplace retaliation. You were a "whistleblower," and now your employer seeks to retaliate against you.

Federal laws protect employees from employer retaliation and retaliatory discharges. If you believe you lost your job because your employer sought to retaliate against you, seek experienced legal counsel right away. At Sindell and Sindell, LLP, our lawyers represent Ohio workers in employment law cases, including those stemming from retaliation and retaliatory discharge. We will fight for your rights. Call us today to work with a certified employment law specialist at 216-292-3393.

We Have A History Of Winning Significant Lawsuits For Clients

Workplace retaliation is a common reason for job loss. Whistleblowers often find themselves targeted by their employers. Federal law protects employees and job applicants who employers retaliate against. It is unlawful for employers to retaliate against employees for:

  • Filing a lawsuit or complaint against your company
  • Reporting discrimination
  • Refusing sexual overtures
  • Seeking disability-related and religious-related accommodations

Retaliatory measures to terminate an employee are prohibited. If this happens to you, a tough, knowledgeable and experienced employment law attorney can assist you. As one of the region's top litigators and negotiators in employment law, Sindell and Sindell, LLP, will provide the aggressive representation you need. Our firm has fought discrimination and retaliation in the workplace with proven results. We have helped clients obtain million-dollar verdict and settlements.

We Will Fight Retaliatory Measures By Your Employer

Attorney Steve Sindell is one of only a few attorneys in the state who is certified by the Ohio State Bar Association as a specialist in employment and labor law. We have represented many clients unlawfully discharged from their jobs. Our firm can help you. Call our firm in Cleveland at 216-292-3393 for a free initial telephone consultation or contact our office online.