Are Whistleblowers Rewarded for Reporting Pharmaceutical Fraud?

Whistleblower cases which are related to allegations of pharmaceutical fraud in the United States are filed under the False Claims Act. The False Claims Act provides that whistleblowers, also known as relators under the FCA, be rewarded with a percentage of the money recovered by the government. Generally speaking, the percentage paid to whistleblowers ranges from 15% to 30% of the recovery, and has amounted to billions of dollars over the past 25+ years. Pharmaceutical whistleblower cases are complex litigation with a host of potential issues, and a whistleblower’s ultimate reward percentage can vary widely depending on a number of considerations.

Whistleblower Justice Network works with our clients to ensure that they are positioned correctly from the outset to seek the maximum reward available to them under the False Claims Act. Whistleblower reward percentages are based on the quality, timing and relative value of the information provided by each individual whistleblower, and Whistleblower Justice Netowrk understands this dynamic fully and helps our clients fight for their fair share of the government’s recovery.

If you have significant information about pharmaceutical fraud, Whistleblower Justice Network can help you become a successful False Claims Act whistleblower. Our clients benefit from our expertise, extensive relationships and 20+ years of combined experience as whistleblowers. Contact us today for your free, 100% confidential consultation.