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OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) protects whistleblowers who report certain types of unsafe conditions in the workplace. If your employer does not follow certain rules which govern safety in the workplace, and you blow the whistle on the employer, OSHA’s whistleblower provisions provide you with protection against retaliation by your employer.

 

The limitations deadline to report an OSHA claim may be as short as 30 days, so do not wait if you believe you have reported an OSHA violation and have suffered an adverse action by your employer.

Worth JarrelL is an Atlanta-based law firm committed to giving our clients sophisticated, professional, and impassioned representation to ensure success in their endeavors. Contact us today to schedule a meeting with one of our Attorneys.

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