A whistleblower is awarded a share of the proceeds if the False Claims Act case he or she brings to the government is successful. The whistleblower's reward—also called the relator's share—is generally between 15 and 30 percent of the government's recovery.
Several factors affect the size of a whistleblower reward. These factors include:
Part of our job is to ensure, at the conclusion of a successful case, our whistleblower client receives the maximum reward permitted under the law. As your counsel, we make certain your contribution is significant, continuous, and documented. We catalog and track the information and input you provide the government so we can make the case for a high share at the case’s conclusion.
We are your advocate every step of the way, and we do everything possible to secure a substantial and fair recovery.