You Have a Right and an Obligation to Stop Fraud
If you work for a company that is committing fraud against a federal, state or municipal government agency, you have a right to report the abuse without fear of retribution from your employer. In many cases, you will also be eligible to recover a significant portion of the settlement or award against the fraudulent company.
If you are ready to step forward and file a whistleblower claim against your employer, make sure you understand your legal rights. You will be filing your claim against a corporation with legal resources to fight back. It is best to have strong representation at your side, protecting your rights throughout the process.
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Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman is a leading personal injury and civil litigation law firm serving clients throughout the Kansas City region and the central plains states. Since 1949, our experienced trial attorneys have handled complex civil litigation cases. We have helped plaintiffs stop fraud and obtain substantial compensation for their claim.
A whistleblower claim is also called a Qui Tam claim. It means that you are filing a claim on behalf of the government.
If you work for a company with government contracts and suspect any of the following kinds of fraudulent actions, you may be eligible to recover significant compensation for a whistleblower claim:
- Double billing
- False claims for services rendered
- Illegal billing for uncompleted services
- Billing for unreported cost over-runs
- Underperformance of contract
- Illegal subcontracting of work
"It is every American's right and obligation to stop fraud against the U.S. government when they see it at their workplace. We will stand by your side and ensure that the fraud stops and you receive compensation for your honesty." — Partner, John Parisi
Contact our offices for a free consultation about your whistleblower case. Our lawyers represent clients throughout Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma and Nebraska.