When individuals or corporations knowingly try to collect health benefits from Medicare illegally, they may be accused of committing Medicare fraud. Examples of Medicare fraud include billing for services a patient did not receive or the use by a patient of another party’s Medicare card to receive medical benefits. Medicare fraud is a federal crime and an individual convicted of this crime may be faced with significant consequences that could drastically alter one’s life.
If you or a loved one has been charged with Medicare fraud, you need a committed criminal defense attorney to work on your behalf. Contact Austin Medicare fraud defense attorney Ian Inglis, Attorney at Law, today by calling (512) 472-1950 to schedule a free consultation.
To convict someone of Medicare fraud, the government has to prove the actions were not simply errors but intentional actions. Most charges of fraud arise I response to a pattern of improper behaviors. The following are representative of actions that may lead to prosecution for Medicare fraud:
Facing criminal charges for Medicare fraud could ruin your professional and personal life. Do not leave the matter to chance. Speak with a passionately dedicated Austin Medicare fraud defense lawyer immediately.
You are guaranteed a fair trial under the law, and we are committed to ensuring that each of our clients receives a vigorous defense and is not abused by reckless allegations without recourse. To speak with a professional attorney about your legal options, contact Austin Medicare fraud defense attorney Ian Inglis, Attorney at Law, at (512) 472-1950 today.