Were You Accused Of Health Care Fraud?

Health careState and federal law enforcement officials cast a wide net when they make arrests for health care fraud in Florida. Unfortunately, sometimes they catch the innocent along with the guilty. For an individual, an accusation of health care fraud can mean thousands of dollars in fines and a lifetime criminal record. For a health care professional, it can result in loss of your professional license and your career.

When a person is charged with health care fraud, it is likely that the government has conducted a lengthy and in-depth investigation to collect damaging evidence. In this situation, nothing is more important than working with a lawyer who has the knowledge and experience to assess your case and determine how best to move forward. You should not discuss the charges with anyone before you contact an attorney. Call 866-371-5615 for a free initial consultation*.

Orlando attorney Jonathan Rose has 15 years of experience, including experience as a former prosecutor. His inside knowledge of how the criminal justice system works can be your advantage. Everyone is innocent until proven guilty, and Mr. Rose will build an aggressive defense that promotes your innocence.

Protecting Your Future From Health Care Fraud Charges

If you are being investigated for or have been charged with health care fraud, your future is at risk. Mr. Rose, however, has a passion for protecting people from criminal charges. He provides aggressive representation for all types of health care fraud charges, including those stemming from:

  • Filing false health care claims
  • Filing duplicate claims
  • Insurance fraud
  • Medicare or Medicaid fraud
  • Offering or accepting kickbacks for referrals
  • Prescribing unnecessary prescription drugs or medical equipment
  • Providing unnecessary medical treatment
  • Using another person's insurance card

As your attorney, Mr. Rose will conduct a thorough investigation of the situation and pinpoint areas of focus. He will review billing records, correspondences, financial records, and other internal records to determine where the issue lies and whether you or others intended to commit fraud. Often, what looks like an act of fraud is actually a mistake made innocently by an employee.

Talk To An Attorney Today About Health Care Fraud Charges

Mr. Rose is prepared to discuss your case with you. To schedule a free initial consultation*, please contact the firm online or call 866-371-5615.

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* Consultation is free for the first hour.