Whistleblower/Qui Tam

If you know that your employer has violated the law or is doing something to defraud the government, it's understandable to worry what you can do about it. If you report the violation, could you lose your job? Is there a reward for reporting fraudulent activity? An experienced Providence whistleblower attorney can review your case and help answer those questions.

A Providence Whistleblower Attorney Explains Qui Tam Claims

If you have information that your employer is defrauding the government, it's important to get in touch with an experienced Providence whistleblower attorney right away. The law protects employees who have knowledge of fraudulent activities in a variety of ways. As your Providence whistleblower lawyer can explain, employers can face serious consequences for many fraudulent activities such as:

  • Failing to pay taxes
  • Charging customers for services not rendered
  • Charging for goods never delivered
  • Failure to provide required inspections
  • Failing to properly test a product
  • Making false claims about a product

As your Providence whistleblower lawyer can explain, violations of these types of laws can be reported by an employee under Qui Tam action. In many cases, the employee can receive compensation or a reward in the form of a percentage of recovered monies.

A Providence Whistleblower Lawyer Explains Basic Whistleblower Protection

In addition to providing incentives for reporting of fraudulent activities, as your Providence whistleblower attorney can explain, employees are sometimes protected from retaliation. If you report a violation of the law, federal and state Whistleblower laws can provide protection against termination or other adverse employment conditions. Whistleblower laws are intricate and do not always apply, so it's important to seek qualified legal advice from a knowledgeable Providence whistleblower attorney as soon as possible.

A Firm Protecting Whistleblowers And Qui Tam Claimants

The law offices of Robinson & Clapham has a respected reputation in protecting whistleblowers from retaliation. If you have concerns over your company's wrongdoing, contact us today to schedule an appointment to discuss your options. We can be reached by phone at 401-400-3841 or 401-594-4365 today or email.