Philadelphia Insurance Fraud Lawyer
Insurance fraud takes place when an act is committed or false claims are filed in order to receive payment from an insurer. Insurance companies are ruthless in their quest to see that individuals allegedly committing fraud are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
If you are facing insurance fraud charges, turn to Philadelphia insurance fraud lawyer Randolph Goldman. Mr. Goldman has over 30 years of criminal defense and white collar crime defense experience. He leads our firm in providing clients with exceptional and aggressive insurance fraud defense representation.
White Collar Crime Attorney in Pennsylvania
We represent health care providers, such as doctors and clinics, in alleged Medicare fraud cases. This can involve fraudulent billing for services not rendered, prescribing medications that are not needed, fraudulent cost reports or self-referrals. Philadelphia insurance fraud lawyer Randolph Goldman also represents individuals accused of falsifying documents in order to obtain Medicare health care coverage for themselves or members of their families.
Workers' Compensation Fraud
Companies that provide workers' compensation insurance to injured workers are very diligent in ensuring that the worker is actually injured. If a worker is not actually injured, or appears uninjured, they may attempt to have workers' compensation fraud charges filed. Other types of workers' compensation including making false statements about your injury to employers or medical professionals, receiving benefits after the injury has healed and you are back to work, or assisting another person in making a false claim.
Other Types of Insurance Fraud
We also handle cases of alleged insurance fraud involving:
- Car insurance fraud
- Property insurance
- Health care insurance fraud
- Life insurance fraud
If you are facing insurance fraud or other white collar crime charges, turn to an experienced Philadelphia insurance fraud lawyer at our office. Contact us to schedule your free consultation with attorney Randolph Goldman today.