How Can a Whistleblower Attorney Help Me?
Private, experienced advice from a knowledgeable attorney who works with whistleblowers
Whistleblowers who suspect wrongdoing - whether it's waste, fraud, abuse of power or a specific threat to public health and safety - might think they don't need a lawyer to handle their claim. Government agencies like the Justice Department and FBI routinely investigate allegations of corruption and other illegal activities. Other government entities like the Occupational Safety & Health Administration also exist to examine claims of discrimination and reprisals for exposing such wrongdoing.
But it's important to have a lawyer on your side if you decide to become a whistleblower. That's because a qui tam (whistleblower) lawyer hired by you will work exclusively for you to protect your rights, according to attorneys at Brewer & Pritchard. By having an experienced qui tam attorney on your side, we take legal action and work to make sure you're not:
- Wrongfully terminated
- Personally investigated
Honest answers about whistleblower lawyers from a law firm you can trust
Our firm has a record of success with qui tam or False Claims Act cases. Some firms have not handled federal False Claims Act cases. With a staff of attorneys experienced handling qui tam lawsuits, we can help you get the results you need. We can work with you to make you're financially compensated for courageous efforts. The False Claims Act and qui tam law includes provisions that award whistleblowers a percentage of the money recovered in such cases. Having a lawyer on your side can ensure your receive the money you rightfully deserve.
Don't underestimate the complexity of your whistleblower case. Make sure you have someone you can trust on your side looking out for your best interests. Contact us today. Call 800-445-8710 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule an appointment.
Brewer & Pritchard - your case matters here.