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Have an Inside Scoop on Systemic Medicare Fraud? Become a Whistleblower!

Do you have inside information regarding Medicare Fraud?

A former FBI Special Agent is investigating the systemic defrauding of Medicare, Medicaid, and major insurance companies throughout the United States. The Medicare Fraud investigation is seeking to speak with individuals who have worked, or are currently working, in the healthcare industry and know of this systemic defrauding firsthand. Medicare Fraud hurts us all by causing taxes and health insurance premiums to rise.

Individuals with knowledge of any fraud against Medicare and/or Medicaid may be entitled to up to 30% of what is recovered from this case via the False Claims Act, or up to 50% of what is recovered via the California/Illinois whistleblower statutes for information regarding systemic defrauding of major insurance companies.

Last year alone there were over $3 billion dollars recovered through these statutes, which equates to well over $300 million in awards for these courageous whistleblowers!

A few typical Health Insurance Scams include:

  • Billing for Services Not Rendered
  • Billing for Services Not Needed; Including Overprescribing Opiates
  • Upcoding
  • Kickbacks to Non-Employees for Patients
  • Cost Inflation
  • Pharmaceutical Scams
  • Promoting a Product Off Label
  • Kickbacks for Prescriptions

Again, if you have any knowledge of this sort of widespread fraud, we ask that you contact us today.

This specifically does not include complaining about an individual person scamming Medicare or Medicaid.  The use of the False Claims Act is for insiders who know of systemic defrauding of Medicare or Medicaid or institutional false claims defrauding private insurance in California or Illinois.

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Editor’s note on the Medicare Fraud Investigation:

This piece is written about the ongoing investigation surrounding the systemic defrauding of Medicare, Medicaid, and other large insurance companies. If you have inside information regarding these types of systemic frauds to speak with an attorney we ask that you reach out to us today and share your story.

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If you believe that what is alleged in this piece has affected you, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. We’d be happy to help you take a step in the right direction, fight this issue, and begin a class action. If interested, please send an email to, find us on Twitter or Facebook, or even connect with us directly on our website! We look forward to hearing from you all.

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