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Whistleblower Cases in Northern Virginia

Northern Virginia Whistleblower Lawyer

Northern Virginia, and most particularly the Dulles Technology Corridor, is home to a large concentration of defense contractors and other companies that do business with the federal government. Many companies in Arlington, Alexandria, and Fairfax have business contracts with the government and depend for most or all of their revenue on the work that they do for the military and other parts of the government. It is almost inevitable that a certain percentage of these contractors will engage in some type of fraud. When they do, it is the right and duty of those who have knowledge of the fraud to speak out by blowing the whistle.

If you have evidence that your employer is engaged in fraud against the federal government, you may feel concerned about what will happen if you take action as a whistleblower. You might be worried that you will be demoted, have your pay cut, that you will be discriminated against or even fired. Fortunately, you can protect your rights by coming to Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. for help from a Northern Virginia personal injury lawyer from our team. We have more than 85 years of combined experience, and we are ready to fight for you. You have powerful legal protections against retaliation for acting as a whistleblower, and we can help you exercise your rights against your employer.

Payment for Whistleblowers in Northern Virginia

By stepping forward as a whistleblower, you can expose the wrongdoing in your company and hold your employer accountable for defrauding the American taxpayers. Furthermore, you may actually have a financial incentive to do so. If you provide the government with information concerning Medicare or Medicaid fraud or some other type of fraud that would fall under the False Claims Act, you may be able to recover monetary damages in a qui tam lawsuit. Depending on the circumstances of the case, you might be eligible to receive up to 30 percent of the money that the government recovers in penalties against the defendant in the lawsuit. Find out how much you could stand to receive in payment by contacting us now for a free case evaluation.

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