Health Care Fraud Defense Lawyer
With an aging population and the tightening budget of the federal government, federal prosecutors are now very aggressive in seeking out and charging instances of alleged health care fraud. This aggressiveness can lead to innocent people getting investigated and possibly dragged into court to face a federal indictment. If you find yourself in this circumstance it is important to remember that you do have rights and you should contact an attorney to help you exercise those rights and fight these serious allegations. Although based out of a St. Louis office, Mr. Korner will travel nationally to represent clients against allegations of health care fraud brought by overzealous prosecutors.
If you have been charged with, or are under investigation for Health Care Fraud it is important to contact an experienced attorney. Health care companies and the people who work for those companies must comply with cumbersome federal regulations. Failure to strictly comply with these regulations can lead to a federal investigation and ultimately an indictment for Health Care Fraud. Health Care Fraud can come in a variety of forms, but the most common forms of Health Care Fraud include:
- Medicare Fraud
- Billing Fraud, including Upcoding Charges and Overbilling
- Kickback Schemes
- Conflicts of Interest
Federal prosecutors are aggressive in their pursuit of health providers who are paid for services they did not provide. Investigations and charges in these matters commonly deal with discrepancies in the number of patients served or the specific services rendered to those patients.
Health Care Fraud Attorney Jason Korner
If you, or a family member face health care fraud charges or are involved in an investigation regarding possible health care fraud, then contact The Law Office of Jason A. Korner to discuss the facts of your case, and what defenses may be available in your specific case. You can schedule a free consultation with Mr. Korner by calling 314-409-2659. You can also click here to fill out an information form and Mr. Korner will call you to discuss your case and your rights.