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Why Should You Hire A Healthcare Fraud Attorney?
Healthcare fraud is rampant in this country and one of the primary bases for False Claims Act cases.
These are just some of the possible claims; there are an endless number of possibilities, with new creative ways to defraud the Government coming out every day.
Medical fraud under the FCA can be against any federal or state provided health insurance, including Medicare, Medicaid, TriCare, Department of Veterans Affairs, federal employee insurance, Railroad Medicare, and Obamacare exchanges.
Our Track Record
Pursuing Justice For
Medical Fraud Cases
Our track record is excellent, in part, because we focus only on whistleblower litigation. Our whistleblower attorneys have extensive experience in locally and nationally regarding Medicare and healthcare fraud cases. We were one of the first firms in the country to show courts that the False Claims Act applies to Medicare and have been on the cutting edge of the law ever since.
This gives us the kind of deep understanding of the pertinent laws and precedents to protect our clients and help them collect appropriate rewards for doing the right thing.
The Bothwell Law Group devotes its practice and resources exclusively to this incredibly complex and compelling area Medicare fraud cases
In past decades, good people faced a tough choice: Endanger their livelihoods and job standing by “blowing the whistle” or allow wrongdoing to continue.
Today, that’s no longer the case. The False Claims Act now protects whistleblowers who expose misuse of government funds, safeguarding their jobs and offering financial rewards. A qui tam statute, enhanced in 1986, specifies that ordinary citizens can now bring cases forward themselves. In filing on the Government’s behalf, you can position yourself to receive a hefty portion of any funds recovered through successful litigation.
Medical fraudulent behavior can violate the federal Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute and False Claims Act, as it affected claims made to Medicare, Medicaid, and TRICARE programs.
The Anti-Kickback Statute prohibits offering, paying, soliciting, or receiving remuneration to induce patient referrals covered by Medicare and Medicaid. The Stark Law prohibits hospitals and medical practices from billing Medicare for services referred to entities with which they have a direct or indirect financial relationship.
Here Are Some Common Examples Of Healthcare Fraud Cases We've Represented:
- Up-coding medical billing
- Double Billing
- Billing for non-existent or substandard medical equipment
- Ordering and billing for unneeded services/treatment
- Billing for services never rendered
- Deceptive billings
- Medicare/Medicaid fraud
- Fraudulently retaining over payments
- Enrolling non-existent or ineligible patients
- Falsifying documents
- Recruiting patients for services
- Medicare Advantage and Part C fraud
Your Information Is Privileged & Confidential
As always, your consultation is confidential and privileged, but please be aware that no attorney-client relationship is yet formed by this exchange of information. In other words, we will provide you with a free evaluation of your claim, but we do not represent you yet, even if you send in the information and receive a free consultation.
Should we feel that we can successfully prosecute a claim on your behalf, we will provide you with a written engagement letter outlining the terms of the representation. Regardless of representation, all your information is confidential, protected by the attorney-client privilege, and cannot be used in any way without your permission (and only for your benefit). Contact a Medicare fraud whistleblower attorney today for more information.