Medicaid: Tips for Medicaid and Medicare Fraud Whistleblowers
"Medicaid whistleblowers are courageous people fighting against fraud."
- You must be the original source of information. The information must not come from a public document
- You should not initiated or participated in the fraud and
- You have an attorney help guide you through every step of the process to ensure that incurable missteps are not made in your case.
If you believe that you have information about someone defrauding the Medicaid or Medicare programs, call now to speak with one of our Medicaid Fraud Attorneys at (800) 893-9645.