There are many types of fraud against both the federal and state government. Whether health care fraud (such as kickbacks and referrals), contractor fraud (bribes) or environmental fraud, whistleblower claims are complex. Multiple acts of fraud can be committed by one individual or business entity. As an employee and private citizen who is aware of such actions, the first thing you should do is seek a law firm that can help you.

At Pace Law Offices in Anchorage, Alaska, we provide personalized and dedicated employee counsel for all types of issues. In particular, we fight for the rights of whistleblowers. Whether in a qui tam lawsuit or against the employer in a retaliation claim, we are there for our clients with the seasoned and knowledgeable legal counsel they require.

What To Do If You Suspect Government Fraud

Aside from hiring a skilled attorney immediately, other steps you can take in the meantime include:

  • Gathering relevant documents such as emails, pictures and any other files that could be used as evidence
  • Keeping track of any actions by your employer if you find them to be negative or a form of retaliation (this includes keeping documentation and even a journal to keep track of events)
  • Ongoing monitoring of your employer's actions, even if the alleged fraud has stopped

Talk to one of our attorneys at our law office today to find out how we can help you. If you are unsure whether you have a claim, we encourage you to reach out to us. We can help determine in a confidential consultation whether your case has any merit.

Think You Have A Whistleblower Claim? Contact Us Today.

Take action immediately if you have witnessed or believe your employer is engaging in behavior that is defrauding the government. Pace Law Offices is in Anchorage, Alaska. Our attorneys are ready to help you with experienced whistleblower counsel. Contact us online to schedule your appointment. You can also call us at 907-222-4003.