Medicare Fraud and Medicaid Fraud whistleblower lawyers at Miller Law Group represent whistleblowers who report fraud against the government.

To encourage the reporting of fraud, the False Claims Act allows whistleblower to receive a percentage of any monetary recovery.  The False Claims Act also protect whistleblowers from workplace retaliation.

To report the fraud, a lawsuit must be file under seal – meaning in secret.  This gives the government the opportunity to investigate the claim to determine whether to intervene in the case. If the government intervenes, the whistleblower or relator’s share is up to 25%.

Many states have enacted their own false claim statutes, including: North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Oklahoma, Washington, Indiana, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, New Mexico, Nevada, Iowa, Louisiana Massachusetts, Texas, and California.

To protect your rights, it is important to speak with an experienced whistleblower lawyer prior to reporting the fraud. Miller Law Group has experience representing whistleblowers under the False Claims Act.

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


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