Whistleblowers who know about overcharges or false claims to the Federal Government may be entitled to a cash award.
A common frustration among whistleblowers is that they raised concerns to superiors but nobody would do anything. If you are a current or recent employee of a hospital, clinic, lab, nursing home, or medical product company with knowledge about false claims or overcharges, we want to hear from you. People who file whistleblower lawsuits against government insurance programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, or Tricare may qualify for a cash award. Call the Gold Shield Group at 888-435-7831. All calls are strictly confidential.
According to the National Law Review, the government paid out $392 to people who filed whistleblower cliams in fiscal year 2017. The False Claims Act allows the government to recover money and property from businesses and individuals who have false claim lawsuits filed against them. In effect, you will file a confidential lawsuit on the government’s behalf. All whistleblower lawsuits are sealed and confidential and whistleblowers are protected by the government from attacks by the companies or industry they report.
Medical device companies, medical supply companies, or any type of company engaged in coding or health care billing may be the subject of a Medicare fraud whistleblower lawsuit. If your company is overcharging Medicare or filing false claims in the past 5 years, you can stop it by reporting the fraud and get rewarded up to 30 percent of the money recovered for your efforts.
$3.4 Billion dollars were recovered from Qui Tam (Whistleblower) False Claims Actions in 2017
If you have knowledge of illegal billing to Medicare that has happened in the past 5 years, call the Gold Shield Group at 888-435-7831. Your case will be handled by an attorney who is a former Special Agent and Legal Advisor for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and has vast experience with the circumstances surrounding whistleblower cases involving the U.S. Government. All calls are strictly confidential.