Robert Christensen

Bob WarriorI have been fighting against the odds most of my career, tackling big insurance companies and large corporations that have defrauded my clients and our government. I have taken cases that many other attorneys have turned down, and have taken over cases where the attorneys were at a dead end and had nowhere to turn. I have taken these cases and joined forces with other lawyers when I have felt in my heart it was the right thing to do.

I can tell you that for over 30 years it is my practice to show up for my clients. I have litigated cases throughout the United States and tried many jury trials. I know what it is like to phone a client when we have won the case and I know what it is like to phone a client when we have lost.

I am part of the Qui Tam Consortium by invitation because I believe in its essential purpose to hold fraudulent corporations and practices accountable. In recent years we have seen and heard about billions of dollars being stolen from our federal and state governments and the ever-increasing national debt, which we are passing on to our children and grandchildren. Whistleblowers as concerned citizens, together with the efforts of trial lawyers, can put a stop to fraud on the government through courageous acts of selflessness in confronting the power of big money and large corporations in this country.

I do not believe that as citizens of the United States we should beg for our jobs or blindly turn our heads aside to corrupt, if not minimally indifferent, corporate practices that are stealing millions of dollars each day from you and I who are following the rules.

Each of us in the Qui Tam Consortium has a wealth of litigating and trial experience against big corporations on behalf of individuals who have been unjustly wronged and for whom these companies refuse to compensate and do the right thing. In the case of whistleblower litigation and Qui Tam cases, the individual and little guy get an opportunity to step up to the plate and hold big corporations that steal accountable. It is the right thing to do.

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