Even in today’s modern society, it is not entirely uncommon to come across a case of fraud, abuse, and profiteering against state and federal government agencies. The extent of these crimes can be very costly, and it takes a certain degree of courage to step forward and do the right thing – expose these crimes for what they are and have them brought to an end. Understandably, these types of crime draw a degree of fear from those who are in the position to expose these dark secrets. Fears of retaliation, backlash, and more are prominent. That is part of the reason why hiring a whistleblower attorney is vital to moving forward with filing a claim like this.
A whistleblower attorney will be able to explain your rights, help you understand the terms of retaliation protection, and what kind of compensation you could stand to receive for taking such a courageous leap forward and taking the risk in order to right a wrong. Some of the most common cases of whistleblowing involve the following:
- Contractor Fraud
- Environmental Whistleblower
- False Claims Act
- Federal & State Illegal Activities
- Government Fraud
- Healthcare Fraud
- Kickback Cases
- Medicaid Fraud
- Medicare Fraud
- OSHA Whistleblower & Retaliation
At the law offices of Miller, Hampton, & Hilgendorf, our whistleblower attorneys have helped people in these types of situations discover the best way to bring about justice and seek compensation for any damage brought upon their reputation or person. There are rules in place within our legal system that permit whistleblowers to speak up and uncover fraud. If you have found yourself in a position where you would like to speak out, we have the experience and knowledge that you need in order to help you file suit and get the protection you deserve for your courage. Call today for a free case evaluation at 225-343-2205, and we will help you determine how to best present your case.