Your Guide to Whistleblower Cases

Employment, Insurance, Malpractice, and Estate Attorneys Serving Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Castle Rock & Nearby Colorado

Posted: September 25, 2018
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Everyone deserves to work in an environment that is free from illegal and unethical behaviors. If you have become aware of fraud, discrimination, or other unlawful activities at your place of employment, you have the option of reporting the behavior as a whistleblower.

The decision to become a whistleblower can be overwhelming. You want to do the right thing, but you don’t want to risk retaliation from your employer. We have created the guide below to help you gain a basic understanding of whistleblower litigation.

Our attorneys want you to understand your rights and protections, as well as the potential ways that you could benefit from blowing the whistle. 

To discuss your whistleblower case for free, please call Leventhal Lewis at 719-694-3000. Our experienced attorneys proudly represent clients from the Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Castle Rock areas of Colorado.