Whistleblower Qui Tam (Federal & State)

At Jeffries, Kube, Forrest & Monteleone Co. L.P.A., we bring 30 years of legal experience to our employment law cases. With a reputation for results, our lawyers are respected within the community as effective and efficient litigators in court. When you are going up against an employer, you need the confidence that your firm can handle full-blown litigation.

Our attorneys are experienced in a myriad of legal techniques. Not only are we skilled at finding creative solutions outside of court, but we are also effective and aggressive litigators in a courtroom who will not back down. Located in Cleveland, our attorneys handle the full range of employment law cases throughout Ohio. If you have a concern or problem, come discuss your situation with our legal professionals who will assess your case.

Contact a Cleveland whistleblower lawyer by calling us toll free at 888-341-5854 or at 216-592-8364.

Who is a Whistleblower?

Some companies try to cheat the government by overcharging, falsifying information or through other wrongful acts. If you are aware that your employer or any company is defrauding the government, you have a moral obligation to report those actions. A whistleblower is a person, who has followed the complex rules and legal procedures and reports an organization for misconduct or unlawful practices.

Compensation and Retaliation Protection

The law offers some incentives and protections for whistleblowers.

  • Potential compensation: If you "blew the whistle" on a company you may be entitled to compensation because you are saving the government money. The law encourages whistleblowers with monetary compensation.
  • Protection from retaliation: One of the concerns that whistleblowers face is retaliation. While there are laws in place to protect whistleblowers from retaliation, often whistleblowers are concerned about their jobs. Our attorneys are familiar with the procedures and rules needed for compensation and protection from retaliation in these cases. However, in order to be eligible the worker or the public whistleblower must follow detailed procedures and rules. Our attorneys are familiar with the rules and procedures and can help you flawlessly through this process.

Contact an Ohio Qui Tam Attorney

Do not take the chance pursuing this alone — contact one of our experienced attorneys for help. We can be contacted online or by calling toll free at 888-341-5854 or at 216-592-8364.