Medicare and Healthcare Fraud Lawyer
Allegations of Medicare or healthcare fraud are serious offenses that can lead to both civil and criminal consequences. According to the FBI, healthcare fraud costs the government between $68 and $260 billion each year. A conviction of Medicare or healthcare fraud could land a person years in federal prison, include substantial fines, and require restitution to the US government for the total value of any funds received.
At Boyle & Jasari, our dedicated attorneys have extensive experience in both civil and federal court. Medicare and healthcare fraud are complex matters that require a comprehensive background in white collar crime, nonviolent but financially motivated misconduct. If you or a loved one has been accused of defrauding the government, you need a Medicare and healthcare fraud lawyer immediately.
Why Choose Boyle & Jasari?
Attorney Dennis Boyle brings a unique perspective to white collar criminal defense. For more than a decade, he served as a prosecutor. Being familiar with how criminal cases are investigated and how prosecutors likely value a case, Attorney Boyle understands cases are typically won or lost before trial. By conducting a thorough investigation, our attorneys work to persuade the state or federal prosecutors to dismiss a case.
In the event a case must proceed to trial, Attorney Dennis Boyle has tried over 200 criminal jury trials to verdict.
Why You Need a Medicare and Healthcare Fraud Lawyer
Only attorneys licensed to practice in federal court can represent criminal charges of healthcare and Medicare fraud. When you stand to lose your reputation, career, family, financial wellbeing, and freedom, it is important to seek immediate representation. A skilled defense attorney may be able to persuade federal prosecutors to dismiss your case. However, if charges are brought and your case must proceed to court. The Medicare and Healthcare Fraud attorneys at Boyle & Jasari have the expertise and experience to mount a comprehensive defense on your behalf.
What Constitutes Medicare and Healthcare Fraud?
Defrauding the government of funds has serious consequences and has been the subject of several high-profile sweeps across the country. Healthcare fraud typically involves more than one individual or entity, and often includes multiple medical practitioners.
Some examples of Medicare or healthcare fraud could be;
- Filing duplicate claims
- Prescribing unnecessary or excessive treatments or procedures
- Charging separately for services, or unbundling
- Identity theft to appear eligible for benefits
- Filing reimbursement claims for services not covered