We are a nationally recognized, proven law firm: Our firm won the largest settlement in Virginia history, the third largest settlement in the nation involving health care fraud in 2010; and, 18th largest settlement ever in the nation involving health care fraud since 1986. Our firm has recovered millions for victims who have spoken out against fraudulent acts.
We only represent individuals: The Marstiller Law Firm is unique in that the firm solely represents individuals, and in so doing, specializes in the representation of executives who have been retaliated against for exposing conduct of their employers in violation of the False Claims Act.
We only use experienced partners to handle your case: Mr. Marstiller has been practicing law for almost 45 years. We never delegate legal work to associates or less experienced attorneys.
We have an established reputation: Mr. Marstiller has attained the highest peer rating available in America – “AV”. Only the most distinguished law practices in America achieve this ranking. This ranking signifies the highest level of legal ability and denotes in Mr. Marstiller’s conduct the highest level of ethical standards, reliability and diligence. This rating is the result of a structured peer review based upon the confidential opinions of judges and practicing attorneys.
We know how to win: Because of the complexity of FCA cases, we know how to gather and use expert witnesses and consultants that will assist us in building a winnable case. Mr. Marstiller brings his experience and hand picks the best qualified team to approach each case. Through this ability to tailor the team to each individual client’s needs, the firm has built a reputation for prompt and personal service, as well as aggressive representation of its clients.
We are whistleblower specialists: Our main focus is the aggressive and ethical representation of our clients. We understand this facet of the law and what it takes to evaluate and handle a winning case. You can read about our cases in the “Press” page on our website.
We turn down far more cases than we accept: The reason is those cases in which we specialize are difficult. It is not in the best interests of our clients to proceed by filing a case which will have little or no chance of success.