Do I Have Rights as a Whistleblower in Georgia?

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What Can I Do if My Boss Violated My Rights in Georgia?

When someone is employed by a company, they are guaranteed certain rights as employees under federal law. While most employers respect and abide by these rights, this is not always the case. If you are someone who recently took action against your employer due to wrongdoing he or she committed…
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Has Your Job Been Wrongfully Terminated? Here is What You Should Know.

There is nothing more frustrating and insulting than being wrongfully terminated from your job, especially if you are someone who, day in and day out, works as hard as you can in your position at your place of employment. Unfortunately, this is something that happens far more often than any…
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Were You Retaliated Against For Being a Whistleblower in Georgia? Here’s What You Need to Know.

The unfortunate reality of the business world is that no matter where you go, there will always be businesses and management that operate unethically or unlawfully. Of course, though these bad actors are few and far between, they are, nevertheless, always a part of the overall commercial landscape. Fortunately, there…
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Our firm hand-selects challenging, complex cases that other attorneys won’t touch so we can deliver the highly-personalized attention your case deserves. From consultation to trial, we advocate for employees’ rights, every step of the way.

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We base our practice on the principles of service and care. We take the time to truly know each and every client, and we put all of our energy into obtaining the best outcome possible, time and time again.

Our Definition Of Success

We will prosecute your case to the fullest extent possible. If you’ve been wronged by an employer in Georgia, you can count on Ben Barrett Law to fight for you.

How Do Employers Try to Hide Wrongful Termination?

Anytime you are fired from a job or forced out of your role you may feel that it is wrong or unjust. There is a difference, however, between feeling wronged for being fired and your employer actually committing wrongful termination....

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