When you refer a qui tam case to Morgan & Morgan, you’ll communicate directly with our attorneys to discuss the case, confirm there is no conflict, and review all pertinent information. We accept cases at any stage of litigation, even if we have to come in right before trial. We also respect your relationship with your clients; you will be given regular status reports, and our involvement ends when the case does. The referral fee comes as a percentage of the attorney’s portion of the recovery.
Along with our experienced attorneys and legal staff, our firm is tirelessly dedicated to getting only the best for our clients and can provide a serious advantage to your whistleblower case. For instance, Clark Bolton, a leading Qui Tam attorney here at Morgan & Morgan, even served as a former whistleblower himself. He now expertly equips his experience and skills on both ends as an experienced fraud examiner, investigator, and attorney.
Qui tam cases are some of the most sensitive, and not just any firm has the resources and capabilities to take on a case of this caliber. This has caused many firms to have to pass on whistleblower cases, but through our referral system, the client can get the help they need and your organization can profit from the settlement. Our attorneys work closely with FBI investigators, and one of them, Clark Bolton, was even a whistleblower himself before he joined our team. If your firm is faced with a qui tam case that’s outside your capabilities, think of America’s largest personal injury firm for your referrals.
The Qui Tam Case Types We Handle
We have a team of 800 lawyers, over 3,000 supporting employees, and several former FBI agents who ensure that Morgan & Morgan is equipped to handle even the most complex whistleblower lawsuits. We deal with all cases involving:
- Healthcare Fraud
- Pharmaceutical & FDA Fraud
- Securities & Investments Fraud
- Defense Contractor Fraud
- Small Business Association Fraud
- Government Fraud
- Medicare Fraud at Hospitals
- IRS Tax Fraud
- Nursing Home & Hospice Fraud