Austin OSHA Lawyers
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is supposed to protect employees against any adverse employment action should they exercise their right to file a complaint against their employers. Now that your employer has taken some form of adverse legal action against you—and thereby broken the law—you should begin considering what legal action you may pursue to protect your rights.
If your employer has retaliated against you for filing an OSHA complaint, you should speak with an Austin OSHA lawyer about what legal action you may now be eligible to pursue against your employer. There is no reason that you should be in the situation you are in right now, and our legal team in Austin can help you take the action necessary to hold your employer accountable.
OSHA Protections Against Retaliation
Once you choose to file an OSHA complaint against your employer in Austin, your employer is legally prohibited from taking legal action against you for exercising your right. Bearing that in mind, our Austin legal team can help you take legal action against your employer if they have taken any of the following actions against you after filing an OSHA complaint:
- Denial of benefits
- Reduction in pay
Whatever the particulars of your claim, our legal team in Austin can help you develop a legal strategy to help you recover compensation and hold your employer accountable for their illegal actions.
Consult with an OSHA Attorney in Austin
If your employer has taken any adverse employment action against you for filing a complaint with OSHA, you should consult with an Austin OSHA lawyer at The Melton Law Firm about what legal action you may now be eligible to pursue against your employer. To speak with an OSHA attorney in Austin about the particular actions your employer has taken against you, please call our Austin offices at (512) 330-0017 and schedule your consultation.