Medicare & Medicaid Fraud
Medicare and Medicaid fraud cases are, unfortunately, often committed by unscrupulous individuals and companies. Some do it for the money. Others do it out of a warped "Robin Hood" mentality ("taking" from the rich, aka the government, and "giving" to the poor, aka themselves.) To rid the world of Medicare and Medicaid fraud, though, takes the actions of brave and strong persons who recognize that such actions are not only illegal but also highly unethical.
Because the government cannot spend all its time searching for Medicare and Medicaid fraud, it depends upon whistleblowers. These are people from all walks of life who have personal knowledge or suspicions about cases of Medicare and Medicaid fraud. Perhaps they received firsthand information about a company who was committing the fraudulent activity; or they may have heard something secondhand that has led them to have grave concerns. Regardless of their reasons, they know there's a good chance that fraud is being committed, and they desire to do something about it.
At our law firm, we're just as horrified by Medicare and Medicaid fraud as you. We want to make sure that it's stopped before it costs taxpayers billions of dollars. That's why we encourage you to make contact with us via email or telephone today.
When you work with our team of knowledgeable, successful legal professionals on your Medicare and Medicaid fraud case, you'll be getting years of expertise from lawyers and their staff who care about consumer and government advocacy. Our attorneys are determined to get results for you and will not be daunted by the "red tape" often involved in filing Medicare and Medicaid fraud claims.
What we need from you to start your Medicare and Medicaid fraud lawsuit is any information you have gathered. Thus, it will make the process go even more smoothly if you can prepare notes on your Medicare and Medicaid fraud case. Include dates, times, places, and people's names in your data. Also, gather together all documentation you may have of possible Medicare and Medicaid fraud. This will help us win your case; after all, the more tangible evidence we have to begin our lawsuit, the greater chance we all have of the government seeing the claim as serious.