Can you blow the whistle on fraud if you were involved – directly or indirectly – with the crime? That depends entirely on the circumstances. The best way to find out for sure is through a confidential consultation with one of the Newport News whistleblower attorneys at the Antifraud Law Group. During this consultation, we will review your role in the perpetration...Read More
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Since 1983 Hospice has been a Medicare benefit for individuals suffering with terminal conditions who have less than six months to live. In theory, the Medicare benefit allows patients to spend their last few months at home receiving comfort care until their death instead of enduring costly end-of-life care in a hospital setting. The program should have saved the government money while allowing patients to die with dignity in their own homes.
Rise in...Read More
Without speaking to an experienced whistleblower attorney, you may not understand the options and requirements for filing a whistleblower claim.
Our firm can help. We can evaluate your situation and determine if you have a viable claim to be a whistleblower and to pursue claims as a qui tam relator under federal law. And if you do, our experienced whistleblower attorneys will move quickly – but professionally – to...Read More
If there's one concern that's frequently expressed by our Newport News area clients, it's fear of retaliation. We know you've come to a whistleblower attorney because you want to do the right thing. But you don't want to lose your job or suffer a serious financial loss because you did the right thing.
The good news is that if you've observed fraud against the federal government and you intend to blow the whistle...Read More
A Wells Fargo branch manager who was terminated after raising concerns about fellow employees opening accounts for customers without their permission has been reinstated at her position. In addition, she was paid over half a million in back wages by Wells Fargo.
This financial services whistleblower noticed accounts being opened illegally and did the right thing by reporting it. This cost her job, but as the practice of opening...Read More
The Stark Law was enacted as a means to keep physicians from self-referring. This means that physicians may not refer, order, or perform certain types of "Designated Health Services (DHS)" that they receive a financial benefit from.
These Designated Health Services can include:
- Lab services
- Radiology services
- Home health services
- Prescription drugs
- Hospital services
- Medical equipment and supplies...
Healthcare fraud is rampant in the United States, costing the government billions of dollars each year. This type of fraud has deleterious effects on the average American taxpayer, causing healthcare costs to rise and fewer people to be able to get the healthcare they need.
If you have first-hand knowledge of healthcare fraud, you can become a whistleblower to expose corruption in the...Read More
The General Services Administration, or GSA, oversees many of the government's procurement contracts. Due to the large number of procurements it handles, there is a significant possibility of corruption and fraud. There have been multiple cases in which multi-million dollar settlements were reached after the whistle was blown on fraud against the GSA, including an almost $200 million settlement by Oracle for failing to disclose "best price" to the government....Read More
When you are considering blowing the whistle on corruption, you will want an experienced lawyer by your side to lead you through the complicated legal process and ensure that you take advantage of the protections and awards afforded to you under the law.
As a whistleblower, you may be rewarded for your efforts in shining a light on false claims made against the government. You can be awarded a percentage of the...Read More
The United States Department of Transportation (hereinafter “USDOT” or “DOT”) distributes substantial funds each year to finance state and local construction, public transit, and airport agency projects. Recipients of these funds are primarily state highway, transit and airport agencies. Recipients of Federal Highway Funds, Federal Transit Funds and Federal Airport Funds (collectively “DOT funds”) are required by statute to expend at least 10%...Read More