We Help Protect Employees

Qui tam and whistleblower laws are designed to protect employees who report illegal behavior by their employers. These laws also provide an incentive to employees; they may receive a percentage of any lawsuit settlement reached between the government and the employer. At the law firm of Gray Ritter Graham, our whistleblower claim attorneys can help you in your claim. We can also help if your employer has engaged in retaliation such as a demotion or even termination.

If your employer is engaged in illegal activity, we may be able to help. Contact our business litigation lawyers to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.

Filing a False Claims Action

Qui tam actions involve blowing the whistle on an employer that files a false claim with a government agency – billing the government for services that were not performed, for example, or filing other false reports. In this case, a qui tam action may be filed on behalf of the federal government. If the employer is found liable for filing a false claim or report or otherwise misusing government funds, the employee reporting the illegal action – the whistleblower – may receive a portion of any settlement. Our commercial litigation attorneys can help guide you through this sometimes-complex process.

Looking Out for Your Interests

Sometimes, employers may retaliate against employees who report illegal activity. The attorneys at Gray Ritter Graham are committed to looking out for your interests and protecting your rights as an employee. We will seek just compensation for any damages you may have suffered and will work to hold your employer accountable.

Call for a Consultation With a Qui Tam Attorney

If you believe that your employer is engaging in illegal activity, it is important to seek legal advice immediately. Contact our whistleblower lawyers to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case.

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