If you are aware of fraud against the government, then you may have a whistleblower claim under the federal False Claims Act and the North Carolina False Claims Act. It is important to have specific information about the facts of the fraud.  Employees, industry insiders, contractors and experts are often aware of fraudulent schemes against government programs, such as Medicaid, Medicare and Government Contractors.

The information about the fraud is more compelling if the information is current.  Although not necessary, internal documents and records are very helpful in proving the fraud.

It is important to follow the requirements of the False Claims Act to eligible for the whistleblower (relator) reward, which can be up to 25% of any recovery.

It is important to talk with an experienced whistleblower lawyer to help you evaluate your potential claim, protect your anonymity, and to help protect you against workplace retaliation.

The lawyers at Miller Law Group provide legal representation in whistleblower cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we only get paid if you are successful.

Contact us for a free consultation, or call 919-348-4361.