Atlanta Medicare and Medicaid Fraud Lawyer
As health care costs continue to rise, so do the regulations faced by physicians and medical professionals. Medical billing for government programs is complex and full of traps for unwary physicians, chiropractors and other medical professionals. These regulations make it extremely difficult to bill properly for medical services.
Applying Years of Experience to Protect Your Rights
I am Richard Grossman, a Medicare and Medicaid fraud attorney with more than 20 years of experience. I understand the complex regulations health care administrators are expected to follow. If you are accused of health care fraud or another white collar offense, contact our law firm for a free consultation. I will take every measure possible to protect your rights with a strong defense strategy.
Defending Against Health Care Fraud in Atlanta
Given the complexities of Medicare and Medicaid billing, it is easy to make an innocent mistake that can lead to fraud charges. I understand how to defend medical professionals accused of committing white collar offenses such as:
- Billing for unperformed medical services
- Overbilling for medical services
- Retaining overpayment for services
- Miss billing for medical services
- Receiving billing kickbacks
- Billing fraud
Federal and state agencies are not the only entities that are concerned with your billing practices. Insurance companies also thoroughly investigate allegations of health care fraud. As an experienced Medicare and Medicaid fraud defense attorney, I will fight to protect your rights, no matter who makes the allegations. These are complex cases that not every lawyer is capable of handling.
For more than 20 years, I have developed the legal skill and knowledge to defend physicians and other medical professionals facing life-altering charges. I will apply my years of experience and legal skills to help you secure the best resolution possible.
Contact a Skilled Georgia Billing Fraud Defense Lawyer
If you face health care fraud allegations, it is imperative that you consult the right lawyer. Contact our Medicare and Medicaid Fraud Lawyer today to schedule a free initial consultation. I am fully prepared to stay ahead of the prosecution, while protecting your constitutional rights.
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