You Told The Truth — And Your Employer Retaliated Against You

If you are like most workers, you are honest and ethical. If you experience discrimination, notice a regulation violation or witness a colleague or employer doing something illegal, you have a right to report this wrongdoing. However, some employers retaliate against well-intentioned employees like you who report violations.

Here are a few examples of actions by employees that could lead to employer retaliation:

  • Opposing discriminatory behavior
  • Refusing to perform an illegal activity
  • Reporting a violation of law by a government entity
  • Taking FMLA leave
  • Filing a workers' compensation claim
  • Reporting safety issues
  • Reporting OSHA violations

A workplace retaliation claim must generally meet three criteria:

  1. The employee complained about discrimination or took part in another protected activity.
  2. The employee suffered adversely because of this.
  3. The employer acted adversely toward the employee because of the employee's activity.

The Law Offices of Cindy A. Garcia is dedicated to employment law, including workplace retaliation cases. The firm understands that your case is unique. Its attorneys will take the time to learn about your specific situation thoroughly. They will advise you about your options and help you make informed decisions to reach your goals.

Protect Your Rights: Schedule A Consultation

If you feel that your employer in the Rio Grande Valley region retaliated against you or may retaliate against you, please contact our Texas office today so we can stand up for your rights.

The main office is in McAllen, but Ms. Garcia can also take appointments in Brownsville. When needed, a lawyer can meet you at your place of employment. You can schedule your consultation online or call us at 956-404-0724. Hablamos español.