Posted by: Salvatore J. Zambri, founding partner
Bloomberg News (7/28, Bass) reported, “Federal fraud cases begun by private citizens against drugmakers, insurers and hospitals will probably surge . . .driven by incentives in the new health law.” The “health overhaul makes it easier for citizens to be rewarded for uncovering swindles” and reduces the time “before medical providers can be accused of withholding overpayments from Medicare and Medicaid.”
Whistleblower actions empower private citizens to come forward and stop companies from breaking the law. These courageous citizens are protected by the law and may be entitled to compensation for their efforts that, in end, make our communities safer.
My firm accepts whistleblower cases, and if you have any questions about these cases, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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About the author:
Mr. Zambri is a Board-Certified Civil Trial Attorney and Past-President of the Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C. He has been acknowledged by Washingtonian magazine as a “Big Gun” and among the “top 1%” of all of the more than 80,000 lawyers in the Washington metropolitan area. The magazine also acknowledged him as “one of Washington’s best–most honest and effective lawyers” who specializes in medical malpractice matters, product liability claims, and serious automobile accident claims. Mr. Zambri has also been repeatedly named a “Super Lawyer” by Law and Politics magazine (2010)–a national publication that honors the top lawyers in America.
Mr. Zambri is regularly asked to present seminars to lawyers and doctors, as well as both medical and law students concerning medication errors, medical malpractice litigation, and safety improvements.
If you have any questions about your legal rights, please email Mr. Zambri at email@example.com or call him at 202-822-1899.