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New Braunfels Healthcare Fraud Lawyer

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Healthcare fraud can take many forms and can be perpetrated by practitioners and patients.  Common forms of healthcare fraud include inflated billing to private insurance companies, Medicare, and Medicaid, for supplies or services which were unnecessary or never provided.

One can be charged for improperly distributing prescription drugs, and using another person’s insurance information.  Performing unlicensed medical procedures or providing fraudulent health insurance plans may also constitute healthcare fraud.

I Can Help

I am a former federal and Texas prosecutor that has resolved thousands of criminal cases. I understand how the federal criminal justice system works and how a federal healthcare fraud charge can impact your life. 

Contact me for a free case review if you are charged with healthcare fraud in the Western District of Texas, or other federal jurisdictions.

Healthcare Fraud Crimes

Healthcare fraud is investigated by several government agencies, including the Department of Health and Human Services, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Federal Drug Administration.

Several federal healthcare statutes, including the Affordable Care Act, the False Claims Act, the Social Security Act, the Federal Healthcare Anti-Kickback Act, and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, provide significant civil and criminal penalties for healthcare fraud. 

The Affordable Care Act steeply increased the federal penalties for criminal healthcare fraud.  Healthcare fraud may also be charged as a more general federal criminal offense, such as obstruction of a federal audit, mail fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy, and false statements.

I Can Help

I am a former federal and Texas prosecutor that has resolved thousands of criminal cases. I understand how the federal criminal justice system works and how a federal drug charge can impact your life. 

Contact me for a free case review if you are charged with a drug crime in the Western District of Texas, or other federal jurisdictions.

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