Whistleblower Lawyers: Medicare Fraud
Medicare is a federal insurance program for eligible Americans age 65 and over. Various parts of Medicare cover medical care, hospital and nursing home stays, prescription drugs, and home health care services and prescribed medical equipment.
Passionate Representation in Whistleblower Claims
To Report Medicare Fraud, Contact Hersh & Hersh: 800-441-5545
Millions of dollars in Medicare funds are lost to health care fraud and corruption each year. Fraud results in higher premiums for Medicare coverage. Please contact Hersh & Hersh if you have evidence of any type of Medicare fraud, including:
- Billing for services not rendered
- Kickbacks and self-referrals
- Falsely certifying and giving false information
- Lack of medical necessity
- Fraudulent cost reports
Medicare fraud can happen at any organization that receives Medicare funds, including:
- Nursing homes
- Assisted living facilities
- Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs)
- Medical equipment firms
- Home health care providers
- Ambulance companies
At Hersh & Hersh, our attorneys understand the complexity of Medicare regulations and know how to investigate Medicare fraud while protecting the rights — and identities — of whistleblowers.
If the information you provide leads to the recovery of Medicare funds, you will receive a portion of the amount recovered under the qui tam provision of the federal False Claims Act.
To discuss your case, please do not hesitate to contact a whistleblower attorney at Hersh & Hersh today. From our offices in San Francisco, California, our lawyers represent clients in whistleblower claims nationwide. In addition to representing individuals, we also represent government entities, including the state of New Mexico, in Medicare and Medicaid fraud lawsuits.