Minneapolis Health Care Fraud Defense Attorney

Healthcare Fraud Defense Lawyer

Being Accused of Violating the False Claims Act or Committing Other Healthcare Fraud?

Are you a government healthcare contractor being accused of defrauding a government program such as Medicare or Medicaid by the United States Government? Has a Whistleblower alleged to the Office of the Attorney General that your company is submitting false billings to a Minnesota state healthcare program such as ARMHS or CTSS, placing the future of your company in jeopardy? Do not handle this alone – get help from the experienced healthcare fraud attorneys at Lord + Heinlein.

Experienced Minneapolis Health Care Fraud Lawyers

We understand how stressful these serious allegations are on you and your company. If you or your company are being accused of healthcare fraud, you need a skilled and invested healthcare fraud lawyer on your side to protect you and fight for you. We have the experience working with the Minnesota Attorney General's Office and the United States Attorney's Office and the knowledge of these complex government programs to understand the unique issues affecting your case. We know how to assemble a tough and comprehensive multi-disciplinary team of health care fraud attorneys and consultants to best defend you. 

How We Can Help

  • We listen – Our personal attention to your case uncovers key details others miss
  • We partner with you – Our investment in you and your case provides peace of mind throughout the entire process
  • We are experienced and trusted – We have 40+ years of collective experience
  • We use a team approach – We collaborate to determine the best strategy for your case
  • We are easy to reach – Your attorney is always accessible

Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the first things to do if you receive a notice or complaint from a government entity?
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What are the risks if we do not answer the notice or complaint?
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What will you do for us if we receive a complaint from the government?
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What are examples of false claims submitted by health care providers?