Whistleblower Attorney in Cuyahoga County
A Whistleblower Lawyer that will get you the results you deserve.
One of the biggest reasons for the economic crisis in America is corporate fraud. In order to line their pockets numerous corporations have committed acts of fraud. Our 50 years of legal experience allow us to understand the intricate and complex matters involved in whistleblower cases in Ohio.
Our Cleveland Whistleblower Lawyers handle the following types of cases:
- Accountants who have knowledge about false billing to Medicare, Medicaid, or other government programs, or overbilling / fraudulent billing
- Engineers who have knowledge about the distribution of defective products
- Insurance claims adjusters who know their insurance company is committing fraud
- Subcontractors who are aware of the use of defective building materials for public projects
- Food line workers who have knowledge about food safety violations
Our attorneys protect the rights of whistleblower employees.
Historically, when a whistleblower employee would expose an employer's violation of state or federal law they were retaliated against. However, today the law safeguards people who blow the whistle. Please get in touch with us today if you have been a victim of retaliation after reporting an illegal action by your employer. Our Whistleblower Lawyers are here to help. Retaliation can include termination of employment, demotion or harassment. We will work diligently to obtain compensation on your behalf, including damages for lost income and emotional distress.
Our lawyers also pursue Qui Tam actions under the False Claims Act.
A Qui Tam or False Claims Act claim is brought by an individual on behalf of the federal government. Such claims can be pursued where you as the relator possess evidence and information that can reveal the fraudulent actions of a company such as the submission of false Medicare or Medicaid claims. You may be eligible for a percentage of the recovery made by the federal government for blowing the whistle on the company. Contact one of our Ohio Qui Tam Lawyers if you think you have information that a company is defrauding the federal government. If you voluntarily supply the information to a federal investigator you will likely not participate or be entitled to any recovery.
Contact DeMarco & Triscaro by dialing (440) 248-8811 if you are seeking compensation for a retaliatory action because you blew the whistle, or if you are seeking a Qui Tam action under the False Claims Act. You may also fill out the contact form provided to your right.