Whistleblowing

“If you see something, say something.”

This is a lesson we often learn very young, and it certainly applies at work. Unfortunately though, sometimes saying something can land you in a sticky situation in the workplace and may even result in you losing your job.

Since there are laws that protect whistleblowers, it is likely that you’ll want to take legal action if you are released from your position. It’s also likely that you’ll want to take action if someone suspects you of wrongdoing around something that you weren’t involved in. But since lawsuits can often be long and drawn out (usually in an attempt to pay out a lower settlement), we know that it can be easy for plaintiffs to fall behind financially.

We Can Provide Financial Support

If you have been fired or had other action taken against you at work as a result of whistleblowing, we can provide financial support so you can fight as long as needed to get a fair settlement. Our funding can be used however you need to, such as to pay your legal fees, your mortgage, your utilities or any other living expenses.

Don’t let your family fall into debt because of a lawsuit. Contact us at 800-555-4356 or fill out our contact form to learn how much funding you could receive.