Health care fraud has become a major focus of federal and state governments. Numerous FBI offices throughout the U.S. have pro-actively addressed significant crime problems through coordinated initiatives, task forces, and undercover operations to identify and pursue investigations against the most egregious offenders which may include organized criminal activity and criminal enterprises. Organized criminal activity has been identified in the operation of medical clinics, independent diagnostic testing facilities, durable medical equipment companies, and other health care facilities. The FBI also addresses large scale medical providers, such as hospitals and medical corporations that engage in criminal activity and commit fraud against the government which undermines the credibility of the health care system.
Only an experienced lawyer has the qualifications to stand up against these charges. With over 15 years of experience representing clients in fraud and other white collar crimes in both state and federal courts, Nishay K. Sanan, Esq. has a clear understanding of what it takes to win a case. He believes that close attention to detail and a thorough understanding of the facts are an essential part of your defense.
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Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, clinics and hospitals are all subject to allegations of health care fraud, including Medicare fraud and Medicaid fraud. Each case brings a unique set of circumstances and may include accusations of:
Importing drugs from other countries through online pharmaceutical companies is a risky activity that could result in multiple fraud charges. Buying drugs from Canada that are not FDA-approved is not only health care fraud, but also internet fraud and mail fraud if sent through the U.S. Postal Service. Multiple charges carry severe penalties. Nishay Sanan is well prepared to handle these accusations against you.
Attorney Nishay K. Sanan represents clients in health care fraud cases throughout Illinois and the United States. Contact him by calling his Chicago or Schaumburg, Illinois, offices at 312-692-0360. Initial consultations are free, although you may be asked to pay for travel expenses.