In many countries, including the United States, there’s often a whistleblower policy or legislation. These policies and legislations are meant to provide a form of reward for individuals who reveal fraud and corruption in and against the government. Although this may seem interesting in the real sense, the legalities of this law may be of great difficulty for anyone without the legal knowledge. Without taking the right steps, you might be at a risk of unwillingly exposing yourself and losing all of your entitlements as a result of whistleblowing.
The False Claim Act of the United States does not mandate hiring a legal representative. However, you will do yourself and your cause a greater good by seeking the opinion of a whistleblower attorney even before filing claims. Relying on the expertise of the whistleblower lawyers at the Law Offices of Mann and Elias, every one of your claim issues can be handled. More importantly, the strength of your whistleblowing claims can be assessed based on Federal and State laws.
Expect that competent whistleblower lawyers will work with you to identify important documents, the evidence available and preparing of witnesses. You will be educated on the risks and rewards associated with being a whistleblower based on the strength and weaknesses of evidence available. You will also need expert witnesses such as accountants and forensic analysts, which can be contacted by your whistleblower attorney.
Over the years, whistleblower lawyers at the Law Offices of Mann and Elias have utilized their expertise and experience in receiving the rewards and protection stipulated by the Federal and State law.