Seattle Whistleblower Attorney
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Ed Hones is an employment lawyer in Seattle, Washington, who represents victims of whistleblower retaliation. The purpose of this page is to provide a brief overview of whistleblower law in Washington State. If you believe you were a victim of whistleblower retaliation, contact Hones Law for a free consultation.
Washington’s whistleblower laws protect workers from retaliation when a worker reports employer misconduct. Examples of protected whistleblower activities include the following:
- Reporting illegal activity of a co-worker or employer;
- Reporting conduct that affects public safety;
- Reporting abuse of mentally ill patient or vulnerable adult;
- Reporting discrimination or harassment;
- Reporting a violation of minimum wage;
- Reporting unsafe working conditions;
- Filing a workers’ compensation claim.
If your employer fired you for reporting its misconduct, contact my office for a free consultation.
For more information whistleblower protections, see my guide on wrongful termination.
Employment Law is my Singular focus
If you were the victim of whistleblower retaliation, you need an employment attorney who knows the practice area well and can get you compensation.
I am an employment lawyer in Seattle, Washington, who focuses on this one area of law so that you can rest assured that your case is in the right hands.
Contact Hones Law today for a free consultation.