Madison Retaliation Attorney

Employees have the right to feel safe bringing forward discrimination or harassment concerns at their place of employment. Unfortunately, many employers take action against employees who rightfully complain about discrimination or harassment. Retaliation can include termination of employment, a reduction in work hours, denial of a raise, along with other harsh disciplinary actions.

Actions like these are illegal — federal and state law protects employees against employer retaliation for reporting harassing or discriminatory workplace conduct. If you have been a victim of employer retaliation, Amy F. Scarr is ready to stand up for your rights and hold your employer or other responsible party accountable for their actions.

Please contact our employer retaliation law office online today for a free consultation. You may also call our firm at 608-729-4906 to discuss your situation and to learn more about our services.

Experienced Employee Protection Representation in Wisconsin

Amy F. Scarr takes pride in the care and dedication that she devotes to every client and every case. She has helped many employees stand up against wrongful retaliation practices and looks forward to helping you seek the justice you deserve.

Common reasons employers engage in retaliatory conduct include:

  • Complaining about discrimination, sexual harassment or racial harassment
  • Filing a complaint for discrimination or sexual harassment
  • An employee has testified against an employer in an employment discrimination case
  • An employee has participated in an investigation into employment discrimination or harassment
  • Refusing to submit to sexual requests or demands
  • Blowing the whistle on financial fraud or health care fraud
  • Bringing forward OSHA violations
  • Requesting a disability accommodation
  • Filing a wage claim
  • Filing a workers’ compensation claim

Our firm will help you take the necessary steps to put an end to your employer’s retaliatory practices. We will investigate your situation, determine what wrongful conduct has occurred, and seek appropriate remedies, such as monetary compensation or job reinstatement.

Help for Current or Former Employees

Although Amy F. Scarr, S.C., can help whether you are currently employed or have left your company, it is best to contact our firm before you quit your job. We can discuss your options with you.

Contact Our Madison Whistleblower Law Firm

For a free initial consultation, please contact our Wisconsin law office online today. You may also call our firm directly at 608-729-4906 to speak with an experienced employment law attorney.