South Carolina whistleblowers have blown the whistle on billions of dollars of fraud against the government. The most common types of fraud are healthcare fraud and government contract fraud.
When a whistleblower reports the fraud by filing a claim under the False Claims Act, call a qui tam lawsuit, the whistleblower may be entitled to receive up to 25% of any recover, when the government intervene in the case.
It is very important for the whistleblower, who are called relators under the FCA, to follow the requirements and regulations under the FCA or the whistleblower may be disqualified for and award.
An experienced South Carolina whistleblower lawyer can advise you the many challenges of the False Claims Act, and help protect your anonymity.