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A whistleblower claim may be brought against any type of business or organization, including healthcare providers, non-profit organizations, private and publicly-traded companies, federal, state and local government agencies, and public and private educational institutions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you know if you have a whistleblower case? In general, you need some specific information or evidence of fraud to bring a whistleblower case under the False Claims Act. The amount of information you need to bring a claim depends on the type of case. The information you provide to the government impacts the amount of any whistleblower award. Learn more ›

First, give us a call. We will walk you through the journey because it gets complicated! You will want to collect evidence and build the best possible whistleblower case. We will work with you through this process.

The ultimate goal is to file a document called a complaint with the Department of Justice. This document outlines the fraud for the government and hopefully spurs an investigation. This complaint is filed under seal. That means the case is a secret. This enables the government to conduct their investigation more efficiently.

Once a case has been filed, the process varies depending on the nuances of the fraud. The road to settlement may be long, but our firm promises to walk it with you every step of the way.

Yes, whistleblower rewards can be substantial, and are generally between 15-30% of any recoveries. In simplistic terms, this means you are entitled to a portion of fines paid by a company to the US Government. These fines are called settlements. Your award will vary based upon a number of factors. There are things you can do as a whistleblower to potentially increase your award.

Some whistleblower laws allow whistleblowers to remain completely anonymous throughout the process, meaning that no one knows who you are or that you blew the whistle. Under these laws, your attorney provides the government with information and affirms that you are a real person with true information, but does not provide your name.

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