Posted on behalf of Gordon & Partners on Feb 19, 2013 in Whistleblower Claims
Patients can also be guilty of health care fraud. Some patients may obtain government aid for fraudulent health care claims over a long period of time, resulting in substantial costs to the government. The Supplemental Security Income program of the Social Security Administration is one example of a long-term disability program.
Another common type of fraud occurs when a patient continues to earn income while maintaining a disability claim. If the claim is through a government employer or program, the False Claims Act may apply.
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If you are aware of health care fraud that might qualify under the Qui Tam statute, call the False Claims attorneys at Gordon & Partners at 1 (855) 722-2552 or contact us online.
Gordon & Partners's False Claims Act attorneys in Florida are experienced in assessing and pursuing Qui Tam suits. We can tell you if your claim has merit and how to pursue it. We'll also advise you on how the law protects whistleblowers from being harassed or fired by defendants in such cases.