Los Angeles Health Care Fraud Lawyers

Posted By max soni, On June 22, 2016

Los Angeles Health Care Fraud Lawyers

Since there have been many controversial issues raised in regards to United States health care recently, there has also been an increase in health care fraud in the state of California. The reason for this is that Obamacare has caused many people to be required to have health insurance who were not required to do so previously and many of these individuals do not qualify for the free health insurance, but also cannot afford health insurance policies of their own. Additionally, health care practitioners have bene affected by Obamacare a great deal and have suffered a loss of income as well. Thus, these health care professionals have been tempted to place fraudulent transactions on patient’s accounts in order to get higher payouts from health insurance companies.

Even though the temptation is great to commit health care fraud due to a sheer lack of resources in your home or medical practice, it is wise to consider the consequences before doing so. If you are being charged with health care fraud or feel that you may be a victim of a physician’s health care fraud, then it is highly recommended to retain legal counsel in order to assist you with your upcoming case. This way, you will be able to ensure that you have a skilled legal professional at your side assisting you with pertinent guidance and ultimately, a successful resolution of your case.

Our firm works a great deal with both health care professionals, insurance companies, and individuals who are combating health care fraud charges. It is for this reason that we have a very positive reputation in this industry for being knowledgable, professional, and ultimately, successful in the resolution of our client’s cases. One of the best ways to ascertain whether you have a viable case that we would prospectively be able to represent is to schedule a consultation appointment with our office. This way, you will be able to meet with one of our highly qualified associate attorneys and discuss the pertinent facts of our case. Our associate attorney will make a determination as to whether your case would be a good fit for one of the attorneys in our firm and whether any of our current clients that we represent would be a direct conflict of interest with your upcoming case. Assuming that all of this is successful, we would invite you to retain our legal counsel by signing a proper retainer agreement. By signing this, you would agree to pay our firm a specific price and we would agree to provide guidance throughout the course of your case.

Thus, if you are being charged with health care fraud or you would like to bring a case against a physical or other medical professional who you believe has committed health care fraud, then it is highly recommended that you reach out to us today. By doing so, you will be able to get your legal matter started successfully and ultimately, resolve the conflict so that you can move on with your personal and professional affairs in due course.