Medicare / Medicaid Fraud

Lawyer for Health Care Fraud Whistleblowers

If you know of an individual or business that has committed an act of health care fraud against the government, you should speak to a whistleblower protection attorney as soon as possible. Individuals who report fraud — known as “whistleblowers” — are protected by law from retaliation by their employers.

At the law office of Caddell & Chapman, we can help you pursue a qui tam lawsuit under the False Claims Act. We can also protect your personal and employment rights throughout the legal process. Contact an attorney for additional information.

Reporting Health Care Fraud

A whistleblower may come forward with information about an individual or business that has committed any act of health care fraud such as:

  • Medicare fraud
  • Medicaid fraud
  • Upcoding
  • Inflating costs
  • Duplicate billing
  • Billing for health care services not rendered
  • Other examples of health care fraud

Our law firm represents employees and former employees of clinics, hospitals and other health care institutions who may have information about the specific act of fraud. For example, we recovered $55 million paid to the United States Government and a confidential amount for attorneys’ fees in health care fraud litigation against Da Vita, one of the nation’s largest dialysis treatment providers. This was one of the largest recoveries in history in a non-intervened qui tam case. We have in-depth knowledge of the False Claims Act and can guide you through the legal process while protecting your confidentiality. Contact us to discuss your potential claim.

Through the False Claims Act, we can help you pursue a qui tam lawsuit in a safe and confidential manner. You may be entitled to compensation for providing important information that may aid in the investigation of the case.

Contact an Attorney for Pharmaceutical Fraud

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