Fight Workplace Retaliation. Hold Employers Accountable.
You were following the law, exposing a problem in your workplace or an employer’s unlawful actions against you or a coworker. Now, you have been fired, demoted, refused a promotion or you are the victim of some other form of retaliation. You do not have to suffer these illegal actions in silence. There are more than 30 state and federal laws that prohibit retaliation against employees. At Miller Cohen, P.L.C., our Michigan workplace retaliation lawyers understand these laws and know your rights. We can help you fight for the justice you deserve. Contact us to schedule a free consultation either at one of our offices or remotely over Zoom.
Are You The Victim Of Workplace Retaliation?
Your employer cannot retaliate against you for bringing a lawful claim against it, asserting a legal right or participating in a protected activity. The following are a few of many examples of prohibited actions:
- Retaliation for filing a workers’ compensation claim
- Retaliation for taking leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act ( FMLA ) or other state or federal laws
- Retaliation for whistleblowing
- Retaliation for bringing a discrimination claim against an employer/reporting a Title VII violation
- Retaliation for opposing harassment or discrimination in the workplace
- Retaliation for making a claim under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) or Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)
- Retaliation for reporting an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violation
- Retaliation prohibited by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Each law that protects an employee against workplace retaliation is different. Therefore, it is difficult to generalize what activity is protected and who may bring a retaliation claim under the various laws. Our Detroit workplace retaliation lawyers will investigate your case and determine the appropriate actions, whether your case involves a Title VII retaliation claim or another workplace retaliation claim.
Even the way that you bring a complaint to your employer matters. For example, you may be fired for saying that you didn’t get paid overtime, but you cannot be fired for saying that you will go to the Department of Labor if you don’t get paid. To protect your legal rights, contact our law firm before you speak with your employer.
Contact Our Michigan Law Offices To Discuss Your Retaliation Claim
For aggressive, knowledgeable, and dedicated legal protection and representation, call Miller Cohen, P.L.C. at 313-566-4787. Our fees are collected as a percentage of any settlement you receive, which means you’ll never have to worry about the cost of taking on your employer.