Nursing Home Fraud
Texas Medicaid Fraud Attorney
Nursing home and medical fraud, like other white collar crimes, often turn an interpretation of an administrative law or regulation into a criminal act. An individual medical professional or health care organization following accepted business practices can get into trouble simply because of a rule change or enforcement effort. If you have been accused of fraud related to your professional practice, the Law Office of Anthony B. Cantrell in San Antonio, Texas, will defend you against state and federal charges.
Nursing Home, Medical Care, and White Collar Crime .
In recent years, federal and state governments have increased scrutiny of the billing practices of hospitals, private practices, and nursing homes. As the money for public welfare and insurance programs, such as Medicaid and Medicare, diminishes, and the pool of people making use of these services increased, criminal charges related to so-called fraud and abuse becomes more common.
What were once accepted practices may now be considered criminal behavior by an administrative agency. Unfortunately, many of our clients are not aware that they are doing anything improper, much less committing a federal offense.
An experienced criminal defense lawyer can minimize your exposure to jail and work toward dismissal, acquittal, or reduction of charges, depending on the circumstances of the case. We are prepared to defend clients against all health care fraud and white collar crime charges, including:
- Fraudulent billing
- Medicaid and Medicare fraud
- Unnecessary treatment
- Altered documents
- Improper insurance collection and duplicate billing
Call 210-888-9653 for Effective Defense against Medical Fraud Charges
If you have been accused of fraudulent medical billing in south Texas, attorney Anthony Cantrell will defend you. Contact the Law Office of Anthony B. Cantrell in San Antonio to limit your exposure to jail and protect your rights.
Contact us at the Texas criminal defense lawyer’s office of Anthony B. Cantrell to discuss your criminal charges today.