Building A Strong Defense Against Criminal Charges

Building A Strong Defense Against Criminal Charges

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Defending Against Charges Of Medicaid, Medicare And Healthcare Fraud

Healthcare fraud is a reality in the healthcare industry. As healthcare costs rise, healthcare fraud becomes more of a concern for prosecutors. The laws surrounding the health care industry are complex. They change frequently. As a result, a small bureaucratic or accounting error can develop into a full blown criminal investigation. If you, your client, or a member of your family is under investigation or faces health care fraud charges, contact Harris & Gasser, LLC for an initial consultation.

Healthcare Fraud Cases

The lawyers of Harris & Gasser, LLC handle health care lawsuits that involve allegations of:

  • Medicare fraud
  • Medicaid fraud
  • Overcharging
  • Insurance fraud
  • Federal issues
  • Medical identity theft
  • Illegal prescriptions
  • Fictitious medical records

Mr. Harris and Mr. Gasser’s healthcare fraud defense clients include doctors, nurses, hospitals, and healthcare company accountants. They range from the novice podiatrist to the board of directors at a major hospital.

Experienced Representation From Former Prosecutors

While many defense attorneys focus on street crime, Harris and Gasser’s cases are technical and paper-intensive. As former state and federal prosecutors, they have substantial knowledge of how prosecutors think, and how investigations are conducted. From the moment you hire them, they work zealously to minimize your exposure to criminal charges. In some cases, they can prevent a client from being charged at all.

Contact The Columbia Law Firm Of Harris & Gasser, LLC

Harris & Gasser, LLC limit their cases to only the most serious criminal defense cases. If you are under investigation, contact Harris & Gasser, LLC as soon as possible. The earlier they become involved, the more they will be able to assist you. Call 803-779-7080 or complete an online contact form.