False Claims

False Claims Lawyer in San Francisco

Using the Federal False Claims Act to Pursue Justice

The False Claims Act is designed to help people sue companies who have defrauded the U.S. government. It allows for private citizens to file the lawsuit and can award the whistleblower with a percentage of the amount that is recovered. If you are a whistleblower and have been retaliated against, you are able to notify a false claims act or qui tam lawyer. The San Francisco false claims attorney at The Lawrence Law Firm can help you file a lawsuit on behalf of the government if you are aware of activities of financial fraud or other

Don’t hesitate to call The Lawrence Law Firm at 877-959-3692 for more information about how Mr. Lawrence can help you navigate the False Claims Act.

Awards for Whistleblowers

There can be an award for people who relate information about fraud being committed by companies in the financial, healthcare, or other industries. This award can range from 15 to 30-percent of what the government ultimately recovers from the company. When a lawsuit is filed under the False Claims Act against a company, the government can recover up to triple the amount they were originally defrauded.

False Claim Acts in Certain Industries

  • While any industry or company could defraud the government, there have been instances involving the:
  • Financial industry
  • Healthcare industry
  • Pharmaceutical industry

Contact The Lawrence Law Firm for Experienced Legal Counsel

Over the course of his distinguished career, Mr. Lawrence has fought for the rights of people who have suffered at the hands of negligent and greedy companies. He spent a decade as a prosecutor and experienced the importance of filing civil cases against companies who have committed fraud so that those who lost money can try to recover their losses. The Lawrence Law Firm is able to serve clients nationwide and provide them with focused legal representation.

Call The Lawrence Law Firm at 877-959-3692 to learn more about qui tam and whistleblower law.