Medicare Fraud Attorney in Chicago, Illinois Serving Nationwide
If you are a medical billing agency or operate a nursing home, home health care or business and have been approached by investigators regarding your Medicare or Medicaid billing practices, you are probably involved in a fraud investigation. Don’t say another word to the police or investigators. Don’t turn over any records or billing information. Call to get the aggressive, effective legal help you need.
I am Medicare fraud defense lawyer Phillip A. Turner. Federal investigators and prosecutors are dead serious when they prosecute someone for Medicare and Medicaid fraudulent billing. The U.S. government gives them every resource to seek a conviction and time in federal prison.
Turn to me for knowledgeable legal counsel.
This is not just a matter of seeking repayment for money they say you owe; they are after a prison sentence.
I began my career nearly 30 years ago as a federal prosecutor. I know the extent to which they will go to get the evidence needed for an indictment and a conviction. I have extensive experience fighting to protect people from trumped-up federal fraud charges. I provide aggressive, effective representation to help you avoid a conviction.
From my offices in Chicago, I represent clients in federal district courts throughout Illinois and the United States. Call my office or contact me by email to arrange an initial consultation with an experienced Chicago Medicare fraud lawyer immediately. I am available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Hire Your Defense Attorney With Care
Federal cases involving health care fraud require extensive investigation and understanding of specific federal statutes. In many cases of billing fraud, prosecutors tack on mail and wire fraud charges in case they don’t have enough evidence for a conviction.
Any use of the U.S. mail or Internet — including email — related to the charges can be prosecuted as a federal felony. Very few criminal defense lawyers have the experience and knowledge needed to provide effective defense.
If you face federal mail fraud charges, make sure to check out the experience, credentials and case results of the attorneys you consider before making your decision.