How to ask Mr. Hesch to file your DOJ Medicare fraud reward application
Mr. Hesch and his team of attorneys would be pleased to review your information in complete confidence and help you determine if you have the right kind of information to receive a significant DOJ reward for reporting Medicare fraud.
Please note that The Hesch Firm, LLC does not handle whistleblower cases where the amount of Medicare fraud is under $5 million. (Otherwise, the reward will be small and not worth the risks.) In addition, he does not take cases from whistleblowers that did not work for the entity that committed the Medicare fraud.
How to Contact Mr. Hesch
If you worked for the company committing Medicare fraud and the amount of overbilling to Medicare was $5 million, please fill out a brief form and provide the following information in order for Mr. Hesch to be able to respond to you. However, please do not include the name of the company engaged in fraud.
The Hesch Firm, LLC will review intake forms and send you an initial email either asking for more information, arranging for a telephone interview, or explaining that it is not the type of case he can represent you.
The Hesch Firm will treat your information confidential. The law treats your communication with our firm as protected and privileged while seeking to obtain representation. We will not use your information for any other purposes than determining if we can represent you even if you decide not to hire us or file for a reward.
The reason Mr. Hesch needs this information upfront is to initially gauge the nature, size and strength of your case. This information will facilitate any future discussion you have with the law firm. After we review your form, we will contact you. The first contact with you will be by email, so be sure to use an email address that you will check and that it is private. [Do not use an email associated with your employer.]
If you are not interested in a reward, can contact CMS directly. (See this link to find out more).
Disclaimer: Although we will treat the information as confidential, the transmission of any information is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney client relationship. Even if you submit information to The Hesch Firm, that does not make us your lawyer. Instead, we will use your information to investigate the matter and determine whether we can and will represent you in bringing your whistleblower case. Only once we both sign a written agreement will we actually become your lawyer and advocate. A fraud case can take a number of years from start to finish and it can be expensive for a lawyer to take a case. Therefore, we conduct a thorough analysis of cases and we do not accept every case. It may take time to evaluate your answers to our questionnaire, and we may be busy on other matters at the time you send your information. If our time constraints do not fit your needs, you may wish to discuss your matter with another attorney. Past amount do not guarantee future rewards.