Medicare and Medicaid fraud are two of the fastest growing crimes in the United States, and more health care professionals are facing these charges than before. If you are facing charges for Medicare of Medicaid fraud, it is vital to speak with an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible — your future, your career, and your freedom might depend on it. Accusations of this nature can place the licenses of pharmacists and doctors on the line, not to mention risk destruction of hard-earned practices. When your practice, career, and very freedom are at stake, get the best lawyer you can in your corner.
Fraud defense lawyer Nicole DeBorde works hard on her clients' behalves and is sought after for some of the most difficult and challenging criminal defense needs throughout Texas. She aggressively protects her clients' rights and prepares a thorough, personalized case strategy aimed at securing their freedom and protecting their professional reputations.
Do not delay in getting the help you need. Contact our office about Medicare and Medicaid fraud allegations defense online today, or call 713-526-6300 to schedule your free initial consultation.
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Millions of Americans receive health care benefits from the Medicare and Medicaid programs. These programs are very complex and are governed by complicated statutes and rules that many professionals find difficult to understand. As a result, mistakes can be made that end up with serious fraud charges being brought against doctors, their staff and other health care professionals. We can help if you are facing fraud charges associated with allegations of:
Our firm can help whether you are currently under investigation or have been formally charged. Nicole DeBorde and her network of professionals will conduct their own analysis and provide an honest, candid assessment of your case. She will carefully listen to the details of your circumstance and will work hard to fight spurious allegations and to avoid or mitigate penalties such as a lengthy prison sentence, fines and denial of further Medicare or Medicaid reimbursements.
To speak with former prosecutor Nicole DeBorde about your Medicare or Medicaid criminal defense needs, call 713-526-6300 today. You can also contact our criminal defense law office online to schedule a free initial consultation.