Whistleblower protection is a concern to many potential whistleblowers. For example, a health care employee may want to file a qui tam lawsuit under the federal False Claims Act but is concerned about the possibility of whistleblower retaliation – that is, an adverse employment action taken against the whistleblower due to his or her “blowing the whistle.” In addition, whistleblower’s own liability for participating in the fraud as an employee may also be a concern.
Ross M. Wolfe, Esq. understands the reservations potential whistleblowers may have about filing a whistleblower lawsuit – especially if they are employed by the company committing the fraud. For that reason, the Law Offices of Ross M. Wolfe will work with clients to provide whistleblower protection by preemptively avoiding any future retaliation against the whistleblower. At the Law Offices of Ross M. Wolfe, Esq., we will help you with these issues and explain your options so you can make an informed decision.
No Fees Without Recovery
Ross M. Wolfe and the Weiser Law Firm litigate whistleblower lawsuits on a contingent fee basis, so whistleblowers do not pay attorneys’ fees or court costs unless there is a recovery.
Please contact Ross M. Wolfe if you would like to speak with a whistleblower attorney for more information about the whistleblower process, whistleblower protection or to schedule a meeting to confidentially discuss your potential case.