Do I have a case?

Anyone with non-public information about a health care provider or pharmaceutical company defrauding the government can be a Medicare or Medicaid whistleblower.

Such whistleblowers are most frequently employees in the health care industry, and can include nurses, pharmacists, EMTs, pharmaceutical marketing representatives, and many other types of healthcare professionals.  But anyone can be a whistleblower, employee or not.

Because the government relies on you to save taxpayers money, it offers whistleblower incentives and protections for anyone who comes forth with information about Medicare, Medicaid, or Pharmaceutical fraud under The False Claims Act.  Qui Tam is a provision of the Act that allows citizens to bring fraud cases in the name of the government.

Here are some types of Medicare & Medicaid fraud and examples of recent whistleblower cases.

A whistleblower attorney can help you determine whether you have a case and can guide you through the steps that need to be taken.  If you have information about Medicare, Medicaid, or Pharmaceutical fraud, call 1-877-255-2676 today or contact us.

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