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What To Do If Your Employer Hasn’t Followed OSHA Regulations

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) exists to help companies create and manage safe working conditions. Unfortunately, some companies don’t take the appropriate steps to keep their workers safe. When employment laws aren’t followed, the risk of serious injuries and environmental hazards increases.

At Carter Law Offices, we believe that companies shouldn’t take advantage of their workers. Our attorney is passionate about advocating for employees’ rights and will fight for you if your company has put you or your co-workers in danger by not following OSHA regulations.

How The Whistleblower Protection Program Works

If your workplace has failed to provide adequate training, safety equipment or a safe work environment or to meet other OSHA guidelines, you shouldn’t be afraid to speak up. OSHA’s Whistleblower Protection Program shields employees who come forward to report their employers from retaliation. If you file a complaint about your workplace with OSHA, your employer may not:

If you reported your employer to OSHA for violations and then faced retaliation from that employer, speak to an experienced attorney today about how to protect your rights. You deserve to work in a safe, healthy environment and Carter Law Offices can help make that happen. With a compassionate, knowledgeable team, we will prepare a strong case and work tirelessly to advocate for you. Call our lawyer today to learn more about how we can protect you after retaliation from your employer.

We Can Represent You After An Act Of Retaliation

If your employer retaliated by firing, demoting, refusing to pay or otherwise disciplining you after you reported unsafe working conditions to OSHA, call us at 816-283-3500 or send us an email. We fight companies that take advantage of their employees and we can help you today.