New Orleans Qui Tam Attorney

Qui tam whistleblower laws are to help the government uncover fraud and abuse in government contracts. Sometimes referred to as the False Claims Act, qui tam actions are brought by individuals on behalf of the government. The actions typically are brought for fraud against the government, including government agencies such as Health and Welfare, Department of Education, Department of Transportation, NASA, and all military branches and military procurement contracts.

If you are aware of fraud against the government, attorney James L. Arruebarrena can advise and help you with your qui tam claim.

Located in New Orleans, Mr. Arruebarrena has been representing clients throughout Louisiana in discrimination, whistleblower, qui tam and other employment law claims since 1993. He can let you know what to expect, and help protect you from harassment, termination or other forms of retaliation from your employer.

If possible, please call to consult attorney Arruebarrena before taking action on a qui tam claim. He can advise you on the proper way to handle the situation so you can have the best chance of recovering compensation.

Filing a Qui Tam Claim Is Worth Your Time

Whistleblower and qui tam claims take time. You may wait months before seeing any results. However, if the Justice Department does take up your case, you could get up to 15 percent of the money you saved the government by "blowing the whistle." If the Justice Department does not take your case and you and a lawyer prove the fraud on your own, you could be awarded up to 25 percent of money.

At our law firm, we want you to understand and be prepared for the path you are about to embark on. You are our client, and our concern is for what is in your best interest.

Contact a Baton Rouge False Claims Act Lawyer at Our Firm Today

Schedule a confidential consultation to discuss your potential whistleblower case by calling us at 504-322-1272 . You may also e-mail our employment law firm to discuss your case with New Orleans qui tam lawyer James Arruebarrena. If your employer is committing fraud, we want to help you do the right thing.