Featuring whistleblower lawyer Jason Brown | 1-888-981-0016
Medicare fraud is more common than you might think. When institutions commit fraud on a massive scale using our taxpayer dollars, it affects everyone.
Jason Brown is Senior Litigator and head of the law firm Brown, LLC, based in Jersey City, New Jersey. He helps people throughout the country, and he offers free consultations for anyone curious if they have a valid claim.
As a former FBI special agent and legal adviser, he can help point you in the right direction so you don’t make any mistakes. He urges anyone considering blowing the whistle to consult with an attorney who is experienced in qui tam whistleblower litigation.
In this interview, he explains the right and wrong way to blow the whistle on Medicare fraud. One wrong move could cost your job and potentially thousands of dollars in whistleblower rewards.
Learn more at Jason Brown’s AskTheLawyers.com™ profile:
Contact him directly: 1-888-981-0016.
Topics covered in this interview:
0:32 – Who commits Medicare fraud cases: doctors, institutions, individuals?
1:13 – How do whistleblowers receive financial awards?
2:21 – What kind of attorney should you hire to help file a Medicare whistleblower claim?
2:53 – How much money can you get for exposing Medicare fraud?
4:07 – How can you make sure you get the maximum amount possible?
5:19 – What are some dos and don’ts of whistleblowing?
7:18 – Should employees worry about retaliation from their employer after blowing a whistle?
8:23 – How much does it cost to meet with an attorney and find out if I have a case?
9:51 – How common is Medicare fraud in the United States?
10:33 – Does Medicare fraud hurt the taxpayers as well as our publicly-funded systems?
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