How to Report Fraud

Helping Honest Employees Do What Is Right

You have discovered that your employer has engaged or is engaging in illegal conduct constituting fraud against the government. Understandably, this is shocking and also intimidating. What should I do next? What if my employer fires me? These are just some of the questions that whistleblowers have prior to making a whistleblower or qui tam claim.

At Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A., our attorneys are experienced at handling qui tam actions and whistleblower claims . Our skilled lawyers will work hard to protect your rights and your reputation if you choose to disclose your employer’s legal violations. For more information about how to report fraud and other whistleblower action-related questions, contact us today to schedule a free consultation. With offices in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and West Palm Beach, we are poised to represent clients across the U.S. and abroad.

Reporting Fraud

Fraud is a very broad stroke violation of the law, which means it can relate to many different agencies within the government. For example, there is health care fraud, Social Security fraud, tax fraud, fraud relating to the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) as well as GSA and supply fraud. In addition, a violation could involve either state or federal law. Every situation is different, meaning different laws, protected activities, and portions of the Whistleblower Protection Act can apply. That is why it is critical to obtain the help of an experienced fraud attorney who knows how to properly report your fraud claim, and see that your rights are protected.

Make Your Claim Today

If you believe you may have a whistleblower or qui tam case, contact the fraud attorneys at our law firm. We have offices in Miami, West Palm Beach Florida, Los Angeles, New York City and we represent clients throughout the U.S. and nationwide.

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