by | last updated on January 20, 2016
Medicaid fraud is a serious charge, carrying stiff monetary fines and the possibility for jail time. If you are a Florida doctor, medical clinic, hospital, DME provider or just the recipient of Medicaid benefits, and you have been accused of Medicaid fraud, you need representation from an experienced and and qualified criminal defense attorney familiar with these types of cases. Robert Malove’s the skills and qualifications to help you.Medicaid services providers can be charged for fraud based on a number of potential activities, including:Billing Medicaid for health care services that were not provided
Filing fraudulent claims for services and medical conditions
Illegal fee sharing
Coverage claims for non-existent illnesses
…and a number of other situations

If you are a recipient of Medicaid benefits, you may be charged with Medicaid fraud for:

Falsifying information on the Medicaid application
Forging prescriptions
Re-selling medicine received through the Medicaid program
Allowing other persons to use your Medicaid card

In cases of Medicaid fraud, the government will often move quickly to prosecute, so you need to move even more quickly to procure the best defense possible. You need an experienced health care fraud defense attorney representing you. Get help now by calling Criminal Attorney Robert Malove at 954-861-0384.