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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Medicare Recipient Whistleblower Lawsuits and Medicare Recipient Medicare Fraud Informant Lawsuits

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(Medicare Recipient Whistleblower Lawyer Jason S. Coomer)

Medicare recipients that properly report significant Medicare fraud can become eligible to collect large economic rewards for exposing large fraudulent systematic Medicare fraud schemes that cost taxpayers millions of dollars. By checking your Medicare Summary Notice (MSN), comparing it to medical records, and gathering evidence of the systematic Medicare fraud, a Medicare recipient may be able to prove systematic Medicare fraud that can result in a large Medicare fraud recovery for the government and a large whistleblower recovery for the Medicare recipient.

A sharp Medicare recipient that can recognize the systematic Medicare fraud and is able to gather sufficient evidence of the systematic Medicare fraud, can work with a Medicare Recipient Whistleblower Lawyer to prepare a claim under the Federal False Claims Act.  In working with a Medicare Recipient Whistleblower lawyer, the Medicare recipient can work to gather and organize evidence of the systematic Medicare fraud and as a whistleblower use the original and specialized information of significant fraud to be the first to file regarding the specific Medicare fraud.  If this is done correctly, the Medicare Recipient and their lawyer can save taxpayers millions of dollars and recover a large reward for reporting the fraud. 

For more information on how a Medicare recipient with original and specialized evidence of systematic Medicare fraud including double billing, phantom billing, illegal kickbacks, upcoding, and/or bill padding can become a Medicare Recipient Fraud Whistleblower, please feel free to click on the following link: Medicare Recipient Whistleblower Lawsuit Information.

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