Occasionally those in government, who are supposed to make and enforce the laws that protect us, are guilty of breaking those same laws themselves.
Corruption and abuse from government employees is a serious matter that the State of Florida has pledged to look into closely and put a stop to. You do not have to accept abuse or criminal activity from a government employee. Contacting an attorney will help you to take this abuse and make it right not only for yourself, but all others that will come after you.Reporting Waste, Fraud, and Abuse in State Government
The state of Florida takes allegations of abuse, fraud, or waste on the part of it’s employees very seriously. They offer a variety of means to get in touch and report wrongdoing.
You can contact the Office of the Chief Inspector General at (850) 717-9264 or submit your concerns in writing to:
Office of the Chief Inspector General
1902 The Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0001
(800) 543-5353 toll-free
(850) 921-0817 by facsimile
Complaints are anonymous regardless of whether they are made to the Office or to the government agency in question directly. They may contact you if they require more information.Do I have recourse?
Suing the government is a scary proposition, but it is your right as an American to seek justice if you have been wronged by your state or local government. An attorney will be able to guide you through the process and assist you in getting the justice that you deserve.The Hoffman Firm Government Fraud and Waste Lawyer
Act immediately; call The Hoffman Firm and government attorney Evan A. Hoffman at (305) 249-0090. Let him put his knowledge to work for you. This firm services clients in Miami, North Miami, Palm Beach, and neighboring counties.