The Ferraro Law Firm - Tax Attorneys

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The Ferraro Law Firm
Washington, D.C. - Miami, Florida

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To learn more about your potential claim for a reward under the IRS Whistleblower Rewards program, please answer the following questions and click the submit button to send us the completed form via e-mail. This form can also be printed out and either faxed or mailed to our attention.

If you are an attorney and you would like to discuss referring a case to us, please see our Attorney Referral Contact Form or give us a call.

All your communications with us during the evaluation process are protected by the attorney-client privilege and are confidential.

You need not answer every question at this time if you are not comfortable doing so. However, the more information you provide at this stage, the better we will be able to determine whether you potentially benefit under the program and whether representation is warranted.

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Do you think the underpayment involves taxes, interest, penalties and additions to tax totaling more than $2 million?
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If you have filled out the questionnaire and are ready to send it, please read the following.
When we accept a case, we make a major commitment in terms of personnel, money, and other resources to bring it to a successful conclusion. Because of that commitment, we conduct thorough analyses of potential cases before we accept them.
Our review to determine whether your case is viable and our decision whether to accept it may take some time for several reasons. Before we commit ourselves to representing someone, we thoroughly analyze the applicability of the law to the potential case. This process may include an investigation of the facts presented and sometimes consultations with experts in the field. At the same time, we must continue to work on our existing cases and conduct reviews of other potential lawsuits. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time about the status of our review of your potential case.
Part of our analysis of your potential case will focus on practical considerations.
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Important Notice:

These pages should not be construed to contain legal advice. While we will treat any information provided as privileged and confidential, you should understand that when you provide information about a potential case to FLF, we do not become your attorneys. With your permission, we may use your information to investigate whether we wish to represent you to bring a case. However, until we both sign a written agreement, we do not represent you and have not agreed to do so.