San Diego Attorneys for Whistleblower Cases

Qui tam is the Latin term used when referring to the reporting of fraudulent billing practices and other fraudulent actions by government contractors or other entities that receive or use government funds.

The ethical attorneys at Aguirre & Severson LLP aggressively protect the legal rights and interests of all whistleblowers who make claims under the federal False Claims Act.

San Diego County Qui Tam Lawyers Representing Clients in the U.S. and Around the World

The accomplishments of our legal team include successful resolution of landmark cases such as a fraudulent action case representing 2,000 business owners against the Enron Corporation regarding manipulation of the California electricity market.

The experienced whistleblower attorneys at our firm use courtroom tactics and legal strategies against teams of attorneys from some of the largest international banks and corporations.

Regardless of your location, Aguirre & Severson LLP provides comprehensive legal representation and whistleblower protection.

Attorneys Aguirre & Severson have litigated many complex cases of fraud resulting in damage awards in excess of $100 million. Michael Aguirre is a certified fraud examiner and former special attorney assigned to the United States Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. Aguirre & Severson LLP is a San Diego law firm with a reputation for providing personal service to our diverse client base, regardless of where they are located. We maintain close, personal contact with our clients throughout the resolution of the case, and in some cases we establish a long-term relationship, serving as trusted legal counsel whenever necessary.

We look forward to the opportunity to speak with you, at no cost or obligation, to discuss your legal matter, your legal rights and the options available to you.

For your convenience, our San Diego lawyers for whistleblower cases accept evening and weekend appointments. Please contact us to arrange a meeting.

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