Frauds on our government create immeasurable burdens for the government and consequently for the taxpayers. The False Claims Act allows individuals to bring claims based on fraud on the government. The Act potentially provides a reward to individuals known as whistleblowers bringing a meritorious claim when recovery is made.

Types of Whistleblower Cases

  • Health Care Fraud
  • Defense Contractor Fraud
  • Tax Fraud
  • Procurement Fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Environmental Fraud
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Education Fraud
  • Construction Contract Fraud
  • Medicare Fraud
  • Disaster Relief Fraud
  • Research Fraud

Our knowledgeable lawyers will assess the claim and provide you with information about the chances of recovery. If you would like to discuss a whistleblower claim or any other personal injury case, call The Kell Law Firm today at (636) 757-1700!


Why should Kell Law Firm handle your whistleblower claim?

  • Genuine concern about each client
  • Committed to achieving the highest results
  • Deep knowledge and understanding of the law
  • Firm belief in fairness and justice
  • Will travel to you to discuss your claim
  • Compassionate to customer circumstances
  • Excellent communication and resources
  • Hard-working injury attorneys that care
  • Guidance through your entire case


Seek justice for our clients by:

  • Providing lawyers who put the client first
  • Working hard
  • Maintaining the highest ethical standards
  • Being caring and compassionate
  • Adhering to the most exacting standards for knowledge of the law and the justice system.


Kell Law Firm has over thirty years of experience in filing claims of personal injury. We strive to secure compensation for our clients who have sustained damage due to the negligence, carelessness, or recklessness of another.


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