Madia Law Fights to Protect Minnesota Whistleblowers
The law protects courageous people who step forward, do the right thing, and tell their employer if they see illegal activity or business practices. If your employer took any action against you after you reported a violation of the law, then you may have a claim under the Minnesota Whistleblower Protection Act. Of course your employer may not terminate you for making a good faith report of an illegal business practice, but the law also protects you from reductions in wages or benefits, suspension, “papering” of your file, or being placed in a dead end position with no hope for advancement.
If you believe that you have been the victim of retaliation by your employer because you had the guts to blow the whistle on unlawful activity, Madia Law can help. I represent retaliation victims across the State of Minnesota against some of the largest employers in the country.
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If you believe that your employer may have retaliated against you because you had the courage to step forward and report illegal activity, you may be entitled to compensation in addition to your attorney fees and costs. If you reported illegal activity that was defrauding the government, you may also be entitled to a percentage of any penalties or damages your information helps recover.
You must act quickly when it comes to filing your whistleblower claim. If you wait, there may be strict statutes of limitation that will bar you from filing your claim. Call Madia Law today to discuss your case. All consultations are free.