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What Should I Do If I Suspect Medicaid Fraud?

Medicaid fraud affects many people throughout the country. Providers who steal from the program ultimately drain resources available to Medicaid. It takes courage for a Medicaid fraud whistleblower to step forward and do the right thing. We can provide legal guidance and help you pursue justice. Contact Brewer & Pritchard today. Call 800-445-8710.

Typically, an employee in a medical office might come forward with a Medicaid fraud claim. In some cases, people who rely on the government-funded health care program discover they are victims of this form of fraud. Many people who become aware of Medicaid fraud are not sure how to proceed to make sure the perpetrator is held accountable and to make sure their rights are protected.

Your first reaction might be to contact the doctor or medical professional who committed the fraud. But that might not always be the best way to address this problem. We explain why below on this page. Our opinions are based on years of experience successfully handling many different types of Medicaid fraud cases in Texas and throughout the country.

Get straight answers about Medicaid fraud from a lawyer you can trust

When clients contact us about possible cases of Medicaid fraud, they often have many questions. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about Medicaid fraud we often encounter at Brewer & Pritchard. We hope the answers to these questions address some of your concerns about what you should do if you suspect such fraud.

Who should I contact if I suspect Medicaid fraud?

Contact Brewer & Pritchard. We can guide you through the process and help you deal with every development you encounter along the way. We have years of experience handling such complicated cases and we're here to help you.
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What are the common signs of Medicaid fraud?

Some of the common signs of Medicaid fraud include inconsistent billing information, recommendations for unnecessary treatment, offers for "free" medical services in exchange for Medicaid information and nursing home abuse or neglect.
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How do you prove you're a victim of Medicaid fraud?

Evidence is critical. The more documentation you have of fraudulent activity, the better. Request written copies of your billing records and your medical records. If doctors or other medical professionals refuse to provide this information, ask them to do so in writing so you have a record of their refusal to comply with your request.
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What if the medical professional denies committing Medicaid fraud?

Many medical professionals who commit Medicaid fraud denying doing anything wrong. Don't be discouraged. Simply gather as much evidence as you can to support your claim. That way, when you take legal action against them, you will have the facts on your side.
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Should I contact a lawyer if I suspect Medicaid fraud?

Yes. Having an experienced attorney on your side who thoroughly understands Medicaid fraud can make a dramatic difference in the outcome of your case. The lawyers at Brewer & Pritchard have years of experience investigating and successfully resolving such cases. Your case matters here.
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Medicaid fraud lawyers serving Houston, Texas and beyond

Every Medicaid fraud case is unique, which is why we take the time to learn all about your legal issue. We will then work with you to develop a strategy that suits your specific legal needs. Your best interests come first here.

Your case is about more than just money. It's about justice, and it's about holding people accountable for their actions. Discover what Brewer & Pritchard can do for you. Contact us today. Call 800-445-8710 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule an appointment.

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