Medicare is a complex system that is heavily regulated and often investigated by the federal government. If you are facing charges involving Medicare fraud, make sure you mount a strong defense. Your future and your freedom are at stake.
When the FBI brings charges, attorney Frank Rubino fights back. Mr. Rubino leverages more than 30 years of defense experience in complex and high-stakes cases when handling federal criminal charges (and federal appeals) involving Medicare fraud. Call 866-718-3994 to schedule a consultation.
If you are being investigated by the FBI or have been the subject of a Medicare billing audit, Mr. Rubino has the knowledge and experience to protect your rights and make sure you get the best outcome possible.
Government Agencies Devote Extensive Resources to Prosecution
The Department of Justice, the Medicare Fraud Strike Force, and the Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General expend tremendous resources prosecuting durable medical equipment (DME) providers for fraudulent billing practices. These charges typically involve the provision of power wheelchairs, orthotics, adult incontinence supplies, hospital beds and oxygen tanks.
AIDS infusion therapy clinics have also been targeted for investigation in recent years. In addition to direct Medicare fraud charges, businesses may also be charged with money laundering, business fraud and tax evasion.
Often people who are charged with Medicare fraud have a sense that they are being investigated before they are indicted or asked to appear at a grand jury proceeding. When your business is being investigated, now is the time to seek legal advice and representation from a defense attorney with the resources to build a strong defense.
Don’t Settle for Less Than the Best
Any health care provider accused of fraud should hire the best defense lawyers available or risk losing its business to spurious charges. Contact Frank Rubino an attorney well-equipped to handle even the most complex federal Medicare fraud defenses. Mr. Rubino’s law offices in Houston and Miami can be reached by phone at 866-718-3994.
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