Experienced and Effective Qui Tam Representation in False Claims Act Cases and Other Related Anti-Fraud Statutes
The Rabon Law Firm, PLLC is dedicated to representing whistleblowers in lawsuits under the federal and state laws designed to recover taxpayer monies wrongly obtained through fraud on the Government. The Rabon Law Firm, PLLC is the only firm in North Carolina, and one of only a handful in the Southeastern United States, that concentrates in False Claims Act cases, and cases arising under similar anti-fraud laws.
Headed by attorney Chet Rabon (Vanderbilt Law School Class of 1989), the firm has successfully represented whistleblowers in several states in cases that have returned millions of dollars to the federal and state treasuries. We are presently representing whistleblowers in multiple complex fraud cases, and are constantly reviewing potential new whistleblower matters. In addition, we have successfully recovered substantial compensation for our whistleblower clients who have been fired in violation of the anti-retaliation provisions of the False Claims Act.
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We are committed and dedicated to the success of the cases we accept. To that end, the Rabon Law Firm works in collaboration with the Department of Justice attorneys and Assistant United States Attorneys assigned to our cases, federal and state investigators such as agents with the Offices of Inspector General of various federal agencies (such as the Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General [HHS-OIG]), the FBI, Defense Department fraud investigation units (including the NCIS and the DCIS), and with other experienced private False Claims Act attorneys, as appropriate.
We have the experience as well as access to the necessary resources to handle complex, difficult, and substantial False Claims Act cases, and cases under other anti-fraud laws for recovery of monies due to fraud on the Government and taxpayer.
The Rabon Law Firm is equally committed and dedicated to our brave clients who step forward to blow the whistle on fraud. We will fight to obtain fair and just compensation for our clients efforts, and to protect their interests to the fullest extent.
We accept whistleblower cases on a contingency fee basis. No contingency fee will be owed by any client unless there is a recovery.
For a free consultation about a potential False Claims Act case, or other potential whistleblower case, please call us or click here to submit your information.
We welcome referrals from our fellow attorneys and are always willing to include referral attorneys in any fee structure agreed to by the client and consistent with the applicable Rules of Professional Conduct.