Whistleblower Qui Tam Lawyer
When a private citizen witnesses misuse or fraudulent transactions of government funds, they have the option of qui tam lawsuit. As a whistleblower, a private citizen can receive a percentage of money recovered through the qui tam lawsuit, often resulting in millions of dollars. If you have information that can identify government fraud, you can help recover lost tax dollars and be protected as a whistleblower while being rewarded for your service to the government.
Qui tam lawsuits and whistleblowers are covered under the False Claim Act, also known as the Lincoln Law as it was enacted by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863. This federal law is designed to hold people and companies accountable for fraud perpetrated against the government. As incentive to come forward, those who bring evidence of fraud committed by companies, usually government contractors, can receive up to 30% of the recovered funds through a qui tam lawsuit as a whistleblower. It is up to the whistleblower to retain a qui tam lawyer to pursue their claim of the recovery, which can be substantial. Many qui tam lawsuit results in hundreds of millions of dollars.
Types of Whistleblower Lawsuits
At Moriarty Injury Lawyer, we represent whistleblowers that come forward to identify fraudulent behavior and help them sue the companies that steal from the government. There are different types of qui tam or whistleblower lawsuits that can be lucrative for those brave enough to provide evidence against the companies or agencies involved. Some of the whistleblower lawsuits we can file on behalf of our clients include:
- Government fraud
- Contractor fraud
If you are interested in learning more about filing a qui tam lawsuit, contact our office in Atlanta to schedule a free consultation with our whistleblower attorneys. You can help stop government fraud and receive a sizable reward for your contribution.