Report Fraud: Contact Our Whistleblower Attorneys
Many of the landmark cases our firm has litigated over the years relied on information provided by whistleblowers — people with the personal courage and moral integrity to stand up against corporate wrongdoing, fraud and corruption.
If you have hard evidence of fraud at your company, please contact Hersh & Hersh to arrange a free consultation with an attorney experienced in whistleblower claims.
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To Report Fraud, Contact Hersh & Hersh: 800-441-5545
According to the qui tam provisions of the federal Fair Claims Act, those who report fraud against the government that leads to a recovery of funds are eligible to receive a portion of the funds the government recovers.
We represent clients in a broad range of whistleblower claims, including those involving:
- Medicare fraud
- Medicaid fraud
- Drug company fraud
- Government contract fraud
- Mortgage lender fraud
- Fraud at your company
Is the nursing home where you work over-billing Medicare or billing for services it does not provide? Are you a medical researcher who has been asked by a drug company to falsify the results of your research? Do you have evidence that your company violated regulations in providing goods or services under a government contract? It is important to speak to an attorney as soon as possible. We will assess your circumstances and advise you of your legal rights and options.
From our offices in San Francisco, California, the lawyers of Hersh & Hersh represent whistleblowers, who report fraud and corruption, nationwide.
- Whistleblower Gets $100 Million Award As California employment and whistleblower lawyers, we follow developments in cases involving all aspects of the relationship between employees and
- NYT Reports FDA Snooped on It's Whistleblowers As California whistleblower lawyers, we read with interest a recent article in the New York Times which reports that the Food and Drug Administration
- Whistleblowers Reaping Big Awards Not Just the Financial Kind A few weeks ago, the Internal Revenue Service paid out a very large whistleblower award to an accountant who reported fraud on the part of his former