Medicare Fraud Whistleblower Rewards
The government is very serious about cracking down on Medicare and Medicaid fraud. Literally every day, prosecutors issue press releases announcing that another doctor, dentist, ambulance company, home health care agency, hospital, or other type of healthcare provider has agreed to pay millions of dollars to settle cases under the False Claims Act.
Most of these cases are brought thanks to current and former employees, patients, and other insiders who help the government uncover the fraud. In return, the government pays whistleblowers a reward of up to 30% of the amount it recovers.
It is not unusual for a whistleblower to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars – and often millions of dollars – for helping the government stop Medicare fraud.
If you have information that false claims are being submitted to Medicare or Medicaid, then you should consult with an experienced whistleblower attorney immediately. To arrange a free and confidential consultation, call John Howley, Esq. at (212) 601-2728.
Becoming a Medicare Fraud Whistleblower
When your employer files false claims with Medicare or Medicaid, you have a big problem. If you know about the fraud, there is a good chance that, sooner or later, the FBI may show up at your door accusing you of being involved.
You can protect yourself and your loved ones. You may be eligible for a very substantial reward and legal protections if you help the government stop the fraud.
An experienced whistleblower lawyer can help you prepare a complaint and a disclosure statement describing the false claims or fraud. Your claims will be filed initially "under seal" (in secret) to give the government an opportunity to conduct an investigation. If the government recovers money, you will be entitled to a reward of up to 30% of the amount recovered.
You should speak with an experienced Medicare fraud whistleblower attorney immediately. The initial consultation is free and confidential. And if you decide to become a whistleblower, you will not be charged any legal fees unless your case is successful.
To arrange a free and confidential consultation, call John Howley, Esq. at (212) 601-2728. Mr. Howley will give you a free case assessment, explain your rights, and represent you if you decide to move forward.
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