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Nationwide qui tam attorney


At Hughes & Nunn LLP, we fully committed to our core principles. These principles include open communication, complete honesty, integrity, and mutual respect. As the fundamental keys to any successful relationship, we allow these beliefs guide our daily interactions.

At Hughes & Nunn, we proudly represent clients across the country as their qui tam attorney. With a belief to uphold the law and dedication to protecting the government, one of our many practice areas is qui tam law. The Federal False Claims Act was established to discourage fraud against the U.S. government. Our qui tam attorneys represent clients in a wide array of fraud categories that include postal, Medicare, education grant, shipbuilding, USDA, energy contract, airport construction, and more.

In addition, we will represent clients nationwide as their qui tam lawyer. Whether you are located in California, New York, or somewhere in between, we can offer you legal representation on a contingency basis. By offering on a contingency basis, you do not have to pay any fees unless you recovery or collect any money.


Expert qui tam lawyer knowledge

Many people will take numerous risks to protect the government. Whether these risks are in their personal or professional lives, it can cause much stress. It is crucial to speak to a qui tam attorney before filing a case. You should weigh out the pros and cons carefully before proceeding with a case. Additionally, it is vital that you do not discuss your lawsuit. If information goes public before the case is filed, the suit can be dismissed. Also, it is important to act quickly and have as much evidence as possible.

A knowledgeable qui tam lawyer will advise you that you should have both direct and independent knowledge of the fraud. This can not be based on suspicion, but there must be specific, direct and independent knowledge. The more evidence available, the more likely a case will be picked up. To learn more, please contact us today.