The False Claims Act provides a mechanism for private citizens to report instances of government fraud and share in a portion of the recovery. Our attorneys may be able to represent you if you know of a company that is defrauding the government by bringing a Qui Tam action on behalf of the United States. These claims are often due to fraudulent Medicare and Medicaid billing, such as upcoding or billing for services not provided or not necessary. If you know of a business that is submitting false claims such as these, and the government is able to recover some of its loss, you may receive a portion of this recovery as a relater. If you may have knowledge that can lead to a Qui Tam lawsuit, please contact our attorneys to schedule a consultation today.
Whistleblower laws protect employees who report their employer’s wrongdoing or refuse to participate in illegal behavior from unlawful retaliation, such as termination. Florida law protects both public and private employees from whistleblower retaliation. Our attorneys are experienced in bring claims under both of these laws.
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