North Carolina Medicaid Fraud Attorney
Medicaid and Medicare Fraud Lawyer (18 U.S.C. § 1347)
Charges of Medicare and Medicaid fraud result when a medical provider has been accused of wrongfully billing for services that were unnecessary, not provided or provided at a lower cost than the billed charges. Fraud charges may also occur when someone receives government benefits when they are no longer eligible.
At Roberts Law Group, PLLC, in Raleigh, North Carolina, we understand that the Medicare and Medicaid rules and regulations are extremely complex and that the billing procedures can be confusing. Many of our clients do not even realize they are doing something wrong. Our firm offers compassionate representation aimed at telling your side of the story and protecting you from serious consequences.
Experience You Can Count on to Guide You Through Federal Charges
Charges of Medicare fraud or Medicaid fraud can be frightening, especially if this is your first run-in with the law. To make matters worse, you are facing potentially harsh federal penalties and a potential loss of your career if you are convicted. Having an experienced lawyer on your side is an important step in your successful defense.
As a former prosecutor, our firm’s founding attorney, Patrick Roberts, knows what to expect in cases of fraud and other felony offenses. From the beginning of the investigative stage through the conclusion of your case, his insight allows us to stay ahead of the prosecution and prepare a strong and aggressive defense on your behalf. Additionally, you can benefit from his thorough understanding of procedure on both sides of the matter. You will always be kept well-informed about your case.
Contact Roberts Law Group Today
At Roberts Law Group, PLLC, we offer compassionate representation to people and businesses facing Medicare or Medicaid fraud charges. We work to present your side of the story and to provide an aggressive and persuasive defense so you can move on with your life. Contact us online today or by phone at 877-880-5753 to schedule an initial consultation.