Is a Whistleblower Compensated?
Whistleblower laws are complicated, confusing. Brewer & Pritchard law firm can help
Financial compensation for whistleblowers has been the cornerstone of many corruption laws since the 14th Century, according to attorneys at Brewer & Pritchard, who handle whistleblower cases throughout the world. In 1318, King Edward II financially rewarded people who reported government fraud. The same concept is applied today in the United States. Under qui tam law and the False Claims Act, many people receive financial compensation for reporting fraudulent criminal activity involving government funds or private businesses.
In 1986, U.S. politicians revised the False Claims Act and significantly increased the amount of money citizens receive nationwide as a reward for reporting fraud. Since then, more than $27 billion in taxpayer funds has been recovered. In some case, some individuals have personally received millions of dollars as a reward for their qui tam case. In one recent case, a whistleblower received $15.4 million for helping uncover the largest Medicaid fraud scheme in the country.
Accurate answers from a professional Houston whistleblower attorney
Many legal issues must be considered in a whistleblower case. That's why it's important you have a lawyer who thoroughly understands the legal system and the local, state and federal laws governing whistleblowers. The attorneys at Brewer & Pritchard possess these skills and have assisted many whistleblowers over the past several years throughout the United States.
We work hard to anticipate our clients' needs. This includes taking the time to learn about our clients' legal issues and working with them to develop a strategy that addresses their unique legal needs. You can expect the same high level of service if you choose to hire us to represent you. No matter what type of whistleblower case you're dealing with, we bring the same commitment and attention to detail to every client.
Discover what we can do for you. Contact us. Call 800-445-8710 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule an appointment. We respect your privacy and will do everything we can to protect your rights. Discover for yourself. Contact Brewer & Pritchard today.