Medicaid & Medicare Fraud

Defending You Against Government Insurance Charges

In recent years, the federal government has put exponential effort into identifying instances of Medicaid and Medicare fraud among healthcare professionals. Even if you have not done anything wrong, an audit of your billing records and office procedures could trigger an investigation that ends in criminal charges being laid against you.

Examples of fraudulent activities include:

  • Filing bogus prescriptions
  • Writing fraudulent scripts
  • Billing for appointments that do not take place
  • Billing for unnecessary medical tests
  • Upcoding or unbundling
  • Double billing to Medicare and private insurance companies
  • Billing for nonexistent patients

If you are a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, or other healthcare provider, a criminal conviction effectively means a destroyed professional reputation and even license revocation.  If you have been charged with Medicaid and Medicare fraud, you need effective and quality legal representation immediately.

Attorneys Tony Mirvis and Miechia Gulley at the Levoritz Law Group understand the intricate and complex rules surrounding Medicaid and Medicare costs, including insurance policies and regulations, and have successfully defended medical professionals and healthcare providers accused of the charges listed above. For more information or to schedule a confidential consultation concerning these criminal allegations, contact us today.