Who Can Bring a Qui Tam Whistleblower Case?

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Almost anyone with specific information can bring a whistleblower case.  In health care fraud cases, for example, successful claims have come from people like a:

  • Medical sales representative
  • Pharmaceutical sales representative
  • Medical sales manager
  • Pharmaceutical sales manager
  • Nurse
  • Patient
  • Pharmacist
  • Nursing home employee
  • Hospital employee
  • Contracts administrator
  • Sales executive
  • Physician
  • Hospital administrator

Some restrictions do exist for those convicted of a crime, for certain members of the Armed Forces, and for government employees. Recovery may be limited for those who participated in the fraud.  

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