About Us

Based in Philadelphia, The Whistleblower Advocates provide clients with the legal and strategic resources they need to report fraudulent conduct to the appropriate authorities and potentially receive a financial recovery. We are a team of nationally recognized, top whistleblower lawyers dedicated to ensuring that our clients’ rights are protected when going through the whistleblower process. Our team has substantial litigation experience against some of the largest companies and law firms in the nation, a passion for fighting fraud, and an unwavering commitment to the rule of law.

Although being a whistleblower can be financially and personally rewarding, reporting misconduct to authorities comes with its challenges and risks. Many whistleblowers are unsure about how to even report the fraud, let alone how to interact with government officials once the information has been provided. Due to this uncertainty, the prospect of being a whistleblower frightens and intimidates many people, to such an extent that some decide it is simply not worth it to report the fraud.

Because of this, The Whistleblower Advocates guide clients through the entire process, even assisting with the determination of whether or to even report the misconduct, to make blowing the whistle as easy as possible. From the initial investigation to collecting a reward, our team will guide you every step of the way so you can focus on what is most important: blowing the whistle.

Why Choose Kang Haggerty The Whistleblower Advocates?

The Whistleblower Advocates - Philadelphia Office

123 S Broad St #1950-B
Philadelphia, PA 19109

Phone: (833) 310-3147

Our Office Location

We serve clients throughout the Delaware Valley including, but not limited to, those in the following localities: Pennsylvania including Berks County, Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia.

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