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In Phoenix, Arizona, and across the country, employees of large and small businesses can witness the defrauding of the government in many ways. And when an employee who believes in doing what is right aims to expose the misconduct or illegal activity they witness, they may be deemed a whistleblower and end up needing a team of whistleblower lawyers.
Unfortunately, whistleblowers often face retaliation for their actions. Many whistleblowers are concerned about discretion and protection from the organizations and individuals they are exposing. At Phillips Law Group, our Phoenix whistleblower attorneys understand that blowing the whistle on government fraud takes courage, and we stand by the people who choose to come forward.
If you know of a corporation, organization, or individual that is defrauding the government out of money, contact a Phoenix whistleblower lawyer at Phillips Law Group today by giving us a call at the number listed on this page. One recent example is PPP loan fraud, and at Phillips, we have a team standing by to help with those cases.
Alternatively, you can contact us online by filling out the form on this page. Your information will remain completely confidential, and you are under no obligation to move forward with us if you choose to take legal action with another firm. The initial consultation is free, and we are here to help!
What Is the False Claims Act?
The False Claims Act, also known as the Qui Tam Statute or the Whistleblower Act, allows private citizens to file a lawsuit on behalf of the United States over fraud committed against the federal government.
If successful, the guilty party is generally required to repay the government triple the amount that was defrauded. Given the fact that the whistleblower or employee who filed the lawsuit faces significant personal risk by coming forward, they are entitled to 15 to 30 percent of the government’s reward. The False Claims Act now recovers approximately $3 billion each year nationwide.
Additionally, federal and state laws offer protection for whistleblowers who make claims against fraudulent organizations.
Types of Whistleblower Claims We Handle
Fraudulent acts can occur in any industry that enters into a governmental contract. Fraudulent activity that can lead to a Qui Tam lawsuit usually involves Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare, and defense contractor fraud; however, other types of fraud covered by the False Claims Act can include:
- Health care
- Corporate fraud
- Federal student loans
- Government construction
- General Services Administration (GSA)
- US Postal Service
- Environmental fraud
- Federal crop insurance
- Government contractors
- US customs and shipping
At Phillips Law Group our Phoenix whistleblower attorneys understand that you may be apprehensive about coming forward; we can confidentially advise you on whether or not there is enough evidence to pursue a claim and if so, we can provide counsel on employment protection and the next steps you can take to pursue your claim.
Whistleblower Protection Against Wrongful Termination
Under federal and state law, you may not be retaliated against for reporting fraud or submitting a claim to the federal government.
Some forms of retaliation that your employer may not practice include (but is not limited to):
- Job termination
- Demoting the employee
- Assigning the employee less appealing work
- Giving negative job evaluations
- Asking colleagues to shun the whistleblower
If an employer has retaliated against you for reporting illegal or dishonest conduct, you have legal rights and may be entitled to more compensation. Do not let your employer bully you; contact one of our experienced Phoenix whistleblower lawyers at Phillips Law Group today.
Contact a Phoenix Whistleblower Attorney Today
If you are aware of violations of the False Claims Act, contact our whistleblower lawyers in Phoenix right away to receive a free and confidential assessment of your case. Whistleblowers are encouraged to not file a Qui Tam lawsuit without first consulting with an experienced attorney.
With decades of legal experience, the Phoenix whistleblower attorneys at Phillips Law Group are ready to help. We have several offices located throughout Arizona and proudly serve the following areas:
- and many more local cities
For more information about your opportunities for compensation in a Qui Tam lawsuit or for guidance on how best to pursue legal recourse, contact our Phoenix whistleblower lawyers right away by completing the Free Case Evaluation form on this page.
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