The Ferraro Law Firm: A Clear Choice
The Ferraro Law Firm Washington, D.C. — Miami, Florida
The bottom line in all of this is that you have information about a tax underpayment. Now, what do you do with it?
Who should you turn to for help?
For virtually any legal issue, hiring an attorney with a great deal of experience handling your specific type of case is ideal. Our tax attorneys have years of experience in the tax controversy arena.
As one of the most successful plaintiff’s law firms in the country, and with over one billion dollars in compensation recovered for clients, we believe that The Ferraro Law Firm offers tax whistleblowers a clear choice. A firm does not achieve that kind of success without taking every case seriously and without striving to secure the maximum possible benefits in each case.
Attorney Jim Ferraro, a certified public accountant and one of 10 national finalists for Trial Lawyer of the Year in 1997, manages our firm's tax whistleblower practice. He is joined in this practice by two recent additions to our firm, attorneys Gregory S. Lynam and Scott A. Knott. Prior to joining us, these two attorneys accumulated years of experience handling tax controversies and other complex tax matters for some of the county's largest corporations and wealthiest individuals. As a result, they know exactly what a big-ticket tax controversy entails and exactly where to look for the weak spots in a case.
Today, their practice focuses on helping tax whistleblowers maximize their rewards and protect themselves from the underpaying taxpayers. Theirs is not part-time work. They do not split their time between handling qui tam whistleblower cases (more of a government contract fraud issue that bears no real relation to this type of case) and handling tax whistleblower cases. Tax law is the only law they practice. The new tax whistleblower statute is the primary focus of that tax practice.
Lastly, consider the reason why big companies spend millions of dollars on outside tax controversy counsel. The reason is that they need to defend the very types of underpayments you have discovered. With that in mind, ask yourself if it might not be time you had a tax controversy lawyer working for you—someone with the same type of experience who can fight effectively to protect your interests?
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Our tax whistleblower cases are handled with no upfront cost to you. If we do not recover money for you, you do not pay attorneys' fees. It is just that simple. To discuss a potential claim in confidence, contact us directly at our Washington, D.C. or Miami, Florida, area offices today.
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