I am going to try to file a lawsuit in the near future, because I was wrongfully terminated from my job for being a whistleblower. It does not make a lot of sense to me, that they would fire me, because I was actually helping the company out. I guess the biggest problem is that some of the things I blew the whistle on, became public, and caused a scandal in the media. I have been browsing http://www.whistleblowerlawsuitcenter.com to try to look into get legal representation and starting a lawsuit for being fired illegally.
I am pretty sure that firing me was illegal, and that I have legal protections, because I was a whistleblower. That is how things work these days, but I think that companies still like to fire people who are doing their jobs. It is a sad world when an employer thinks that it is okay to fire one of their most dedicated employees, just because they are dedicated to performing their job, and to the health of the company. I really do not understand it, and it is kind of confusing to me.
I really want to get some sort of settlement, and I wish that something more would happen. I wish that my boss would go to jail for firing me illegally, but I know that is never going to happen. I am not even sure if it is a criminal charge to fire someone illegally, or if it is just a civil thing. I need to talk to a lawyer though, because I know that what was done to me, was not right, and I have a good case for a lawsuit. I think that I will be successful in the lawsuit, because I have gathered a lot of evidence to support my claims.