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Top Sherwood Whistleblower-Qui Tam Lawyers - Tennessee

Attorney Chet Rabon founded our Charlotte law office, Rabon Law Firm, in order to protect the rights of whistleblowers in complex fraud-related cases. In fact, our firm is North Carolina's only firm focused on providing qui tam representation to clients in cases involving the False Claims Act. Our experience in this area of the law leads clients from throughout the Southeast to seek our assistance...

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    The law firm of Gilbert McWherter Scott Bobbitt PLC has a reputation as one of Tennessee's leading defenders of individuals. At our firm's four office locations, including our Chattanooga law office, from which we serve the people of East Tennessee, we work diligently to protect the rights of our clients. Thanks to our excellent reputation, the state's residents know to turn to us for assistance...

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    Since the doors of our law firm, Gilbert McWherter Scott Bobbitt PLC, first opened, we have dedicated our efforts to protecting the rights of all Tennesseans. Thanks to our diligence, professionalism and determination, we now have four office locations in Tennessee, including our Nashville-area law office, located in Franklin. From this office, we serve clients from throughout Middle Tennessee who...

  • At the Law Office of Perry A. Craft, PLLC, in Nashville, Tennessee, our attorneys help visa holders, American citizens and their families pursue their individual goals as they pertain to immigration law. As a practice area that is always changing, matters of immigration require the skill and experience of an attorney experienced in handling the evolving legal landscape of U.S. immigration law....

  • The law firm of Bigelow Legal, P.C., represents clients against all forms of harassment, discrimination and wage disputes in Nashville, Tennessee, and the surrounding areas. Having a strong dedication to maintaining the most stringent legal standards, attorney Robb Bigelow has been recognized by his peers for his outstanding achievements in employment law and holds the highest rating of AV...

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  • Clients in Knoxville, Tennessee, and throughout Knox County, turn to Young Law Office, P.C., for a wide range of employment, small business, and personal legal needs. We know that any legal matter can be challenging, and we want to make things as easy for you as possible. The primary firm focus is on the representation of individuals in employment matters. We have represented individuals on...

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    Butler, Vines and Babb is a Knoxville, Tennessee based law firm that was established in 1973 by attorneys who had already been working together for several years. When first organized, the firm focused on trial work, but diversified over the years to serve the many needs of an expanding client list. Although the firm and the areas of practice have grown, its members remain dedicated to the...

  • At Kramer Rayson LLP, we have built a highly respected reputation for providing sound legal solutions to clients in Knoxville and throughout Tennessee. Since our law firm was founded in 1948, we have represented thousands of individuals, businesses and government entities in a wide array of practice areas. These areas include: Business and commercial law Employment law Government law Health care...

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    When your rights are in question, there should be no doubt about who is representing you. You need a professional, respected advocate to champion your cause and defend your interests. The Burkhalter Law Firm, P.C., is dedicated to providing the trustworthy counsel and high-quality representation you deserve. Located in Knoxville, the law firm serves individuals throughout Tennessee in a spectrum...

Do you need Whistleblower protection?

You've come to the right place. If you wish to report your employer's fraud against the government (e.g., kickbacks or fraudulent billing) or other misconduct (e.g., health violations) but fear retaliation, a whistleblower lawyer can help.

Under the "qui tam" provision of the False Claims Act, a whistleblower may be entitled to a percentage of what the government recovers.

Use FindLaw to hire a local whistleblower lawyer to protect you from reprisals and maybe even collect a percentage of the recovery.


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