Letter from Joe Faltaous
I am writing this to inform you of my experience with Berg and Androphy law firm. I was in contact with your office as early as 2004 regarding information in my passion related to Zyprexa an atypical antipsychotic manufactured by Eli Lilly.
As one of 1000 plus sales reps in North America selling this product, I was not comfortable with who we were asking the doctors to be put on this drug or the strength of dosage being prescribed to the patients.
I reached out to you after doing my own research and contacting another attorney, it seems like everywhere I looked the answer was consistent, Joel Androphy is the thought-leader and foremost authority on the subject of qui tam or “suing for the king.”
Within minutes of speaking to you personally, not a legal assistant, I realized your vast amount of knowledge about the pharmaceutical industry, compassion for the patient and drive to do what’s right. Later on I also realized how much you truly cared about your client. This process took five years and it was not easy, but I never felt alone, I always knew I can reach out to you with questions and you would provide the right answers.
Thank you for the numerous times we talked on the phone and the dozen times you came from Texas to New Jersey to update me on the case. Thank you for helping me do what I knew was right, for this patient population that has no voice of their own against the giant pharmaceutical companies. Thank you for being a true advocate for justice and a very good lawyer.
I am sure you think this case is “all in a day’s work” for you, but please know you have touched and changed my life and the lives of millions of others who you will never meet.
Thank you and keep up the good fight.
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You should be aware that qui tam claims are subject to a Statute of Limitations. The area of limitations periods is complex. There are also first to file rules, public disclosure bars, original source issues, and varying limitations in pursuing retaliation claims. If you wish to pursue your claims, you should promptly seek the opinion of an attorney regarding the merits of your qui tam claim and the applicable statute of limitations.