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From your first contact with Nolan Auerbach, all communications are held the in strictest of confidence, protected by the attorney-client privilege, which prohibits disclosure of any client/potential client communications. We do not disclose details of your experience to anyone, regardless of whether we accept your case. We encourage you to review the information about our backgrounds to learn more about us and our ability to represent healthcare fraud whistleblowers.

Nolan Auerbach’s experienced qui tam whistleblower attorneys are retained through a contingency based attorney-client agreement, should we choose to accept the case. Under this arrangement, Nolan Auerbach earns attorney fees and recovers costs only through successful prosecution of qui tam cases. In other words, our clients are responsible for fees and costs only if there is a recovery.

Nolan Auerbach advances the costs of the case on behalf of their clients and is then reimbursed out of the proceeds of the False Claims Act qui tam case. Contact Nolan Auerbach to consult in confidence with our experienced qui tam whistleblower attorneys today.

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