Military Contractor Fraud Whistleblower Attorney
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Military contractor fraud wastes precious government funding on unnecessary products or services. When this happens, individuals or businesses that defraud the government should be held accountable for their actions. However, such legal cases can often be very challenging. That’s why it’s important for anyone considering reporting such wrongdoing to fully understand their rights. That’s why we want to meet with you.
Our whistleblower attorneys at Brewer & Pritchard, P.C., in Houston have years of experience handling complex legal cases throughout the world. We thoroughly understand the rules and regulations governing military contractor fraud claims. We know how to discretely investigate such cases. Most important, we’re prepared to do the work that needs to be done to do the job right.
What are common military contractor fraud cases?
Unfortunately, military contractor fraud is nothing new. Contractors and other private businesses have tried to defraud the military for hundreds of years. That’s why the False Claims Act was created in 1863 – to stop rampant corruption and fraud involving the United States military. Some of the most common types of military contractor fraud include:
- Price fixing among contractors
- Kickbacks from contractors to military or government officials
- Bribes from contractors to military or government officials
- Selling the military defective products
- Billing the military for services not performed
- Double billing the military for services or products
- Overcharging the military for products or services
These are just a few examples of common military fraud cases. Whatever type of case you’re dealing with, make sure you fully understand your rights and the legal options available to you. Talk to an experienced whistleblower attorney who understands the law and knows what to do.
Honest advice about military contractor fraud from whistleblower lawyers
Too often, many people who have witnessed wrongdoing think they can handle their military contractor fraud claim on their own. In other cases, they simply get discouraged – or afraid – to file a claim, even though they truly believe that a contractor intentionally broke the law.
We understand the risks whistleblowers often face in complex cases. That’s why we truly want to help. In some cases, you may be able to report military contractor fraud without having to reveal your identity. You may also be eligible for financial compensation. But you must be the first person to report such wrongdoing in order to be financially rewarded, according to the False Claims Act first-to-file rule.
Legal cases involving the military can be complicated for many other reasons, especially if your case involves overseas military contractor fraud. Whatever the circumstances, we can guide you through the legal process and make sure your rights are respected every step of the way.
Put your trust in a law firm that puts whistleblowers’ needs first. Contact us
Contractors, businesses or individuals accused of military contractor fraud often deny doing anything wrong. They might even claim you broke the law or take legal action to discredit your claim. That’s why it’s critical that you have an experienced attorney on your side, working for you.
For more than two decades, whistleblowers have relied on attorneys at Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. to handle their military contractor fraud cases. We have years of experience and would be proud to put our knowledge to work for you. We know what evidence to look for because we know all the different ways contractors attempt to defraud the government. We’re also familiar with the provisions of the False Claims Act which financially compensates whistleblowers as a reward for exposing fraud involving the U.S. military.
This may be your only opportunity for justice. Seize it. Contact Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. today. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can start investigating your complaint and holding military contractors responsible for their actions. Call (713) 903-2731 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule a confidential appointment. Anything you say to us will remain between us. We respect your privacy and understand the sensitive nature of such cases.