If you have been the victim of illegal conduct as a whistleblower, you may be entitled to compensation for lost wages, psychological or emotional distress and punitive damages. Far too often employees are fired or threatened with termination when they report health and safety violations or other illegal acts to the authorities.
Attorney Wilmer Harris has represented employees who have suffered adverse personnel actions for reporting:
- Violations of health and safety regulations
- Falsification of loan documents, invoices and other financial documents
- Violations of obligations to shareholders or partners in the business
- Tax fraud
- Sexual harassment, unfair or deceptive business practices, racial discrimination and other employment law violations
Qui Tam Actions
People with first-hand knowledge who report fraud or corruption in government contracts or purchasing activities may be entitled to a portion of any money recovered.
Our experience attorneys will fight with you to root out corruption using the qui tam provisions of the Federal False Claims Act and state laws.
Our attorneys will evaluate your case and take whistleblower and qui tam cases on a contingency basis. You will only owe a fee if we are successful in obtaining a recovery for you.
Contact Wilmer Harris Today for a Free, No-Obligation Case Evaluation
Call us at 626-441-4129 or send us an e-mail to arrange for a free consultation.
The firm represents clients in Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, or anywhere else in Southern California.