If you are being investigated for Medicare fraud, you may have been contacted by an investigator with the Bureau of Fraud Investigation, the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), or your local police department. Although you may be nervous, there are steps you should take to protect yourself.
If you suspect you are being investigated for Medicare fraud—even if you have not received a call, letter, or visit from an official—here are five steps you can take to protect yourself:
If you are worried you are being investigated for Medicare fraud, you need to speak to a criminal defense attorney now before you face charges. Start an online chat today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.
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