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New Jersey Whistleblower Claims Attorney

Coming forward about illegal or fraudulent activities your employer is committing is not easy. If you have information that you think needs to come to light but are worried about being retaliated against or even criminal prosecution, contact an attorney today. At the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C., we are ready to help you through this. Our New Jersey whistleblower claims attorneys will walk you through this process and present you with all the options available to you.

The Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C. are ready to help

The team at the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C. has more than three decades of experience to bring to your case. They understand that whistleblowing cases are serious and that you need to protect yourself.

  • Our experienced trial attorneys approach every case as if it were heading to the courtroom. This means that we are ready for any possible scenario and are ready to protect you.
  • We are client-focused in everything we do. This means that our attorneys will be available to answer any questions or concerns you have about your case.
  • If you cannot come to us, we will make a house call. We want to make this as convenient as possible for you.

Will a whistleblower attorney be beneficial to this case?

It is important to have an attorney in whistleblower cases. There is simply too much at stake to risk going at this alone. Your New Jersey whistleblower claims lawyer will:

  • Evaluate your case by looking at all the evidence you have gathered.
  • Advise you of the strength of your case and let you know whether further evidence is needed.
  • Work to involve the state or federal government in your case.
  • Be by your side if the government wants to meet with you. Your attorney’s job is to prepare you for these meetings and be by your side when they happen.
  • Fight to secure the maximum award if your case is eligible for compensation.
  • Protect you from retaliation by your employer.

What do whistleblowing laws protect?

There are various reasons that a person may need to come forward and make a report against their employer. Some of these reasons include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Illegal dumping or pollution activity by an employer
  • Violations of state labor laws
  • Unsafe working conditions
  • Reports of harassment or discrimination
  • Public employees reporting wasteful activity

If your case is a qui tam lawsuit under the False Claims Act, you could be eligible for up to 30% of the monies recovered as a result of your claim being made. A qui tam case is one that is centered on employer fraud and includes the following:

  • Stock and securities fraud
  • Tax fraud (business, political campaigns, etc.)
  • Healthcare fraud, including Medicare and Medicaid
  • Other frauds involving government funds

Contact your attorney today

If you need more information about what whistleblowing means and whether or not you are protected under New Jersey law, please contact an attorney as soon as possible. At the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C., you can count on our knowledgeable and experienced team to have the information you need. We will investigate your case and work to pursue the best route available to you. Our goal is to ensure you are protected. When you need a New Jersey whistleblower claims attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation by calling (973) 256-1414.