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Medicaid/Medicare fraud, tax fraud and more.
Whistleblowers in Nevada and across the country help stop tax fraud, Medicare/Medicaid fraud and other illegal activity. When whistleblowers step forward and report criminal actions, they deserve praise for their heroic efforts. But whistleblowers also need to make sure their rights are protected when they take such actions. That’s why it’s critical that whistleblowers contact someone who thoroughly understands the state and federal regulations governing whistleblowers.
At Paul Padda Law, our Las Vegas whistleblower lawyers have years of experience dealing with such complicated cases. We also are well-versed in the laws that are applied to whistleblower claims. Our law firm was founded by for two former Nevada federal prosecutors. We know how to discreetly investigate such allegations. We know how to assemble the facts into a rock-solid legal argument. And we have the case results to prove it.
Who are whistleblowers and why do they need a lawyer?
Whistleblowers come forward for a wide variety of reasons. Sometimes, internal whistleblowers discover illegal activity at their own workplace. Other times, they uncover wrongdoing involving another company or government agency. In other instances, patients suspect their doctor or another medical professional of committing Medicare or Medicaid fraud. Whatever the reason, we take every whistleblower claim we handle seriously.
Being an effective whistleblower lawyer requires great skill. A good attorney needs to have a comprehensive understanding of the laws governing whistleblowers and understand how these laws work. We’re familiar with the Whistleblower Protection Act and the False Claims Act. Each of these laws serves a different function and applies to different types of whistleblower cases.
Former prosecutors ready to fight for your rights
When you contact Paul Padda Law, we will do everything we can to discreetly investigate your case and protect your privacy. The laws protecting whistleblowers allow attorneys to keep the identity of their client private in most cases as well. You’re doing the right thing by coming forward. And we’re here to help you and protect your rights.