Portland Attorney Protecting Whistleblowers
Oregon law strictly protects employees who report unsafe or hazardous working conditions to anyone. In Portland, labor and employment attorney Eric Wilson has represented clients in whistleblower retaliation cases in Oregon for over 15 years. If you were fired shortly after you reported any unsafe and hazardous workplace condition to anyone, you should contact Eric Wilson at Oregon Employment Law for a free consultation regarding your legal rights.
Eric is committed to enforcing Oregon’s whistleblower laws. He believes that employees who were wrongfully terminated for their health and safety complaints are entitled to compensation for lost wages and emotional distress damages.
If you are a whistleblower, Eric and his team at Oregon Employment Law will work aggressively on your behalf to obtain the maximum recovery possible against your former employer.
The Experience You Need on Your Side
Eric has represented dozens of health and safety whistleblowers against their former employers in just the past few years. Eric and his team at Oregon Employment Law can assist you if you were terminated after reporting any unsafe or hazardous working condition, including:
- Violent co-workers or managers
- Threats by patients or residents
- Unsafe or improperly stored chemicals
- Environmental pollution or illegal dumping
- Improper licensing or code violations
- Dangerous machinery or other unsafe surroundings
- Drunk or drugged employees
- Failure to train employees
- Improper ventilation or oppressive work conditions
- Food or drink hazards
Call Today to Get the Help You Need
You should never be punished for standing up for what is right. If you are a whistleblower who suffered retaliation for your actions, lawyer Eric Wilson can help. Eric and his team at Oregon Employment Law are based in Portland and work to secure justice for Oregon employees who suffer retaliation for reporting unlawful, unsafe or hazardous conduct in the workplace.
You can contact Eric Wilson online or directly by calling to schedule a free initial consultation to learn more about your workplace rights.
As a client of Oregon Employment Law, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis. That means you do not need any money to hire Eric as your lawyer, and you will not owe him anything for his legal work unless and until he recovers money on your behalf.