A qui tam or whistleblower action is often used by an employee, former employee or outside accountant or bookkeeper to bring attention to a business's illegal acts. The illegal action could be Medicare fraud, Medicaid fraud, government contractor fraud, tax fraud, insurance fraud, government funds fraud or Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violations, as well as numerous other acts of wrongdoing.
State statutes, as well as federal laws, often include a whistleblower provision, which allows an employee to bring forward the illegal action without fear of retaliation or termination. A person who blows the whistle must follow a specific procedure to be protected and he or she may be eligible for monetary damages.
At the Whistleblower Law Firm, our experienced attorneys offer a free confidential consultation to discuss the situation giving rise to a possible whistleblower claim. Our whistleblower representation is provided on a contingency basis, meaning we don't get paid unless you recover damages. Contact our Whistleblower Law Firm today by calling toll-free 1-800-982-1904.
Experienced Nationwide Whistleblower Representation
Our law firm includes more than 10 whistleblower lawyers, all of whom have extensive litigation experience throughout the country. When you believe someone is engaging in wrongdoing, our whistleblower attorneys can help.
In many cases, the process for filing a whistleblower claim is extremely complex. Many types of whistleblower claims, including both federal and state claims, require that an attorney assist in the filings. Our attorneys represent clients nationwide, including clients in the following states:
Many of the world's largest companies and corporations are located in these states. We aren't afraid to take on Fortune 500 companies when managers or executives are engaged in wrongdoing.
Our whistleblower attorneys are prepared to take on cases involving state and federal claims and will rely on a network of local resources to provide effective legal representation no matter where you are in the U.S. In addition to getting the illegal business practice to stop, you may be entitled to receive damages and employment protection.
Contact the Whistleblower Law Firm Today
Contact our Whistleblower Law Firm today to schedule your free confidential consultation. We want you to get the protection you need and it all starts with discussing the illegal business practice you've witnessed and heard with an experienced and skilled whistleblower attorney. Call 1-800-982-1904 now.