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Whistleblower Protection Attorney

  • L. Clayton Burgess is a whistleblower protection attorney with offices located here in Shreveport LA.

    Whistleblower protection is provided by Federal acts and related statutes that shield employees from retaliation for reporting illegal acts of employers. This protection also extends to Louisiana as it is enumerated in Louisiana Revised Statutes 23:967 and prevents employers from retaliating against employees who report “violations of law.” The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess has done a wide range of work dealing with whistleblower protection.

    Whistleblower Protection

    Misconduct takes place every day in the American workplace. These violations might never come to light were it not for the courage of whistleblowers.

     

    Employees who speak out against wrongdoing deserve our respect and admiration. They deserve to be rewarded, not punished. However that is not always the case, and instead of being rewarded, whistleblowers end up being punished and many times terminated by their respective companies. And in order to protect yourself it is imperative to contact a whistleblower protection attorney to legally represent you.

     

    You Don’t Have To Choose Between Saving Your Career and Doing the Right Thing

     

    As a whistleblower, you are entitled to protection under state and federal law. Your employer cannot retaliate against you for:

     

    Reporting misconduct

    Acting as a witness

    Cooperating with an investigation

    If you were fired, demoted or treated unfairly because you exposed misconduct in the workplace, contact the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess in Shreveport LA. We stand up for employees who do the right thing. Whether you are in the private or public sector, your rights matter. We can help you enforce your rights without sacrificing your career.

     

    You shouldn’t have to suffer the consequences of your employer’s wrongs. Let us help you pursue whistleblower protection.

     

    Our lawyers are allies for employees who report unlawful employment practices such as:

     

    Environmental violations

    Sexual harassment

    Employment discrimination

    Safety violations

    Fraud

    You don’t need to prove that your employer actually committed misconduct. The crux of a whistleblower claim is simply that you were punished because you reported suspicious activity.

    For a free consultation please contact the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess at (985) 205-3448 or fill out an online form; and get the legal representation you need from an experienced whistleblower attorney.

     

     

     

DON'T DELAY! YOU MAY HAVE A VALID CLAIM AND BE ENTITLED TO COMPENSATION FOR YOUR INJURIES, BUT A LAWSUIT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS EXPIRES.