If you are the target from an investigator at the Bureau of Fraud Investigators for fraud, this means that you will need to hire a lawyer for the following:
* You have bank, stocks, or bonds which may affect your eligibility
* You may have several titles or property
* Your employer have reported income
The health Department’s Office of Medicaid Management refers cases for prosecution, and sometimes to criminal court. In some cases, a medicaid fraud lawyer will show their clients- that they are eligible to receive Medicaid, protect them from charges or fines, or losses. Additionally, they are also able to help save their clients up to 60% off of penalties and fines, which need to be paid back to the government.
Medicaid fraud lawyers understand civil or criminal penalties, which are a result of a Medicaid investigation. They are professionals, who keep clients with up to date information, on the latest developments of their cases and will work out a budget friendly affordable rate, to help individuals with a successful case.
Medicaid fraud investigations may lead to criminal charges if individuals do the following:
* False application
* Loaning Medicaid to another person
* Re-selling items provided by Medicaid programs
If you receive a letter from the Bureau of Fraud Investigators, this means that you will need a lawyer, to help prove your innocence, represent you if your have committed a fraud, or help lessen any fees or penalties- as a result of a civil or criminal fraud charge. Medicaid fraud lawyers are a phone call away, and prepared to help any legal challenges which you may face, and help you understand the legal ramifications of Medicaid fraud.