If you report pharmaceutical fraud, you may be entitled to a whistleblower reward, as outlined in this website. (Click here if you want Attorney Joel Hesch to review your claim in confidence.)

Pharmaceutical drug companies are among the greatest violators committing fraud against Medicare and Medicaid, and the Department of Justice (DOJ) whistleblower reward program is designed to hold them accountable. DOJ pays whistleblower rewards of up to 30% for reporting pharmaceutical fraud. In fact, DOJ created a Pharmaceutical Fraud Team, which Mr. Hesch was a member prior to leaving DOJ.

In just 16 pharmaceutical fraud cases, the government paid whistleblower rewards of $2 billion for reporting fraud by pharmaceutical drug companies. Each year $300 million more in whistleblower rewards are paid for reporting pharmaceutical fraud. Four primary pharmaceutical fraud schemes are:

If you know of a pharmaceutical drug company cheating in one of these or other ways and are interested in a whistleblower reward, fill out our fraud questionnaire.