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Medicare Fraud Defense Lawyer in New York City

Representing Patients & Providers

Medicare is a federal health insurance program for Americans who are 65 or older and younger citizens with disabilities or end-stage renal disease. You are only eligible for Medicare benefits if you meet the requirements. Some people, however, commit fraud to take advantage of the Medicare system and obtain benefits to which they are not entitled. This is called Medicare fraud.

Attorney Mark A. Bederow is experienced in handling cases involving high-profile criminal matters. He has particular proficiency handling cases involving white-collar crime charges, such as Medicare fraud. Mr. Bederow's skill in this area is the result of extensive legal experience through his current position as a criminal defense lawyer and his former position as a prosecutor for the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.

Contact our New York City Medicare fraud attorney at (212) 256-9491 for a free consultation today.

The Investigation Process

State and federal government agencies have increased the resources available to investigate Medicare fraud. Investigating authorities will arrive at the location where they expect the fraud to have occurred, or where records of the fraud are kept, and leave with anything they believe is relevant. This includes medical records, files, and computers.

Knowing how to respond to a Medicare fraud investigation or defend against an allegation is daunting without a lawyer's guidance. At the Law Office of Mark A. Bederow, P.C., we have defended home health care providers, hospitals, private nurses, and doctors facing Medicare fraud allegations, as well as individuals who have allowed someone else to use their Medicare card.

Types of Medicare Fraud

Actions that involve wrongfully accessing payments from the Medicare system often constitute fraud.

Some of the more common forms of Medicare fraud involve:

  • Billing Medicare for services that were not rendered
  • Self-referrals
  • Patient kickbacks
  • Inflating bills with unnecessary services
  • Unbundling services

Government agencies have begun aggressively pursuing entities they suspect of perpetrating Medicare fraud. Their investigative methods can be disruptive personally and to businesses.

If you are under investigation or facing charges for Medicare fraud in New York City, the Law Office of Mark A. Bederow, P.C. is here to help. Mr. Bederow can guide you through the investigation and develop a defensive plan.

Schedule a confidential consultation today by calling (212) 256-9491.

Testimonials 

  • “There are not enough words to express my gratitude and appreciation for this man and his continuous support and hard work to take care of my case. I was indicted by the prosecutor's office in a sealed ...”

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What Sets Us Apart?

  • Outstanding Case Results
  • Former Manhattan Prosecutor
  • Nationally Recognized
  • Over 20 Years of Experience

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