Wondering if I Have a Case and Need Legal Representation
My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: WASHINGTON. So here's my story. I reported unlawful harassment to my employer Tulalip Tribes Resort Casino HR. And they told me that although it's illegal for them to fire me for reporting unlawful harassment of a co-worker, they can still fire me for not cooperating with their own in-company investigation. So in order to cooperate I had to change my story. But then later on they told me that because I changed my story to please them, that what that did was make it so that my original story was therefore considered fraud, and therefore they fired me for committing fraud.
Is it just me or is that illegal and still finding a way to dismiss someone for reporting unlawful harassment? I mean can they really use technicalities like that?
And because now thanks to them I am unemployed I can't even afford a lawyer to sue them. So is it possible to get some sort of pro bono or an attorney that would be paid a percentage of any winnings I would get if I did sue them?