Ambulance Fraud Whistleblower Rewards
Is Your Ambulance Company
Submitting False Claims to Medicare or Medicaid?
You May Be Entitled to a Whistleblower Reward
and Legal Protections.
The government pays rewards to individuals who help stop ambulance fraud – up to 30% of the amount the government recovers.
If you have evidence of false claims submitted to Medicare or Medicaid, then you should consult with an experienced whistleblower attorney immediately. You may be entitled to a large reward and legal protections.
To arrange a free and confidential consultation with an experienced whistleblower lawyer, call John Howley, Esq. directly at (212) 601-2728.
Recent whistleblower rewards include:
Ambulance Fraud Whistleblower FAQ
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Ambulance Fraud?
Ambulance fraud happens when an ambulance company submits false claims to Medicare, Medicaid, or another government healthcare program. The fraud can range from creating false trip reports, to upcoding for more expensive services, to billing for ambulance trips that were never provided.
What Are The Common Types of Ambulance Fraud?
Some of the common types of ambulance fraud are:
Who is Eligible for a Whistleblower Reward?
Anyone who has information that false claims are being submitted to Medicare or Medicaid may be eligible for a whistleblower reward.
Who Are Typical Ambulance Fraud Whistleblowers?
Typical ambulance fraud whistleblowers include:
How Do Whistleblowers Earn Rewards?
The federal False Claims Act allows individual citizens to file a qui tam lawsuit on behalf of the government and to share in any money the government recovers.
The lawsuit is initially filed “under seal” (in secret) and the evidence is shared only with the local prosecutor. This allows the government to investigate the case before the defendant knows that they are suspected of wrongdoing.
After conducting its investigation, the government may decide to intervene in the lawsuit and take over the case. Or the government may allow the whistleblower and their attorney to prosecute the lawsuit on the government’s behalf.
In return for bringing the qui tam lawsuit, the whistleblower is entitled to a reward of between 15% and 30% of the amount the government recovers.
Why Should I Become a Whistleblower?
When you help stop ambulance fraud, you become entitled to a very substantial reward and legal protections as a whistleblower.
Reporting ambulance fraud is also the right thing to do. You will help stop waste and abuse in our health care system, and you will help save millions of dollars for your fellow taxpayers.
If you want to help fight fraud and abuse while earning a substantial reward, call John Howley, Esq. at (212) 601-2728.
How do I become an Ambulance Fraud Whistleblower?
If you have evidence that false claims are being submitted to Medicare or Medicaid, then the first step is to consult with an experienced whistleblower attorney. Your lawyer will help you understand whether you qualify for a whistleblower reward and legal protections.
How does my Whistleblower Lawyer get paid?
Whistleblower cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. You will not have to pay any attorneys' fees unless you win. Your attorney will be paid out of the reward or with an award of attorneys' fees against the defendant.
How Do I Retain a Whistleblower Attorney?
The first step is to contact an experienced whistlebower attorney for a free and confidential consultation. Call John Howley, Esq. directly at (212) 601-2728.
Why should I choose John Howley as my Whistleblower Lawyer?
John Howley, Esq. has represented clients in complex health care lawsuits for more than 28 years. He has appeared in courts throughout the country, from state and federal courts in New York and Los Angeles, to small town courts in Alabama and Mississippi, to the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.
To arrange a free initial consultation, call Mr. Howley directly at (212) 601-2728.
John Howley, Esq.
The Howley Law Firm P.C.
350 Fifth Avenue, 59th Floor
New York, New York 10118