Statman, Harris & Eyrich, LLC Announces Investigation into Potential Fraudulent Practices of Drug and Treatment Centers

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Individuals who have witnessed or been the victim of such fraudulent practices are invited to contact the firm.

The law firm of Statman, Harris & Eyrich, LLC is investigating the potential fraudulent practices of certain drug and treatment centers. The investigation was triggered by an investigation in California as reported on July 30, 2013 by California Healthline. (“Investigation Finds Fraud Activity at Southern California Drug Clinics” http://www.californiahealthline.org)

Some of the practices being investigated by the law firm include:

  •     Billing the state for services that were not provided or medically necessary;
  •     Hiring individuals who were previously convicted of fraud in government programs (included state Medicare);
  •     Diagnosing people with addictions they did not have;
  •     Collecting state residents with mental illnesses from board-and-care centers to receive therapy from which they could not benefit;
  •     Enticing individuals from the street with cash, cigarettes and food; and
  •     Persuading patients to sign in for days they did not visit the clinics.

Individuals who have witnessed or been the victim of such fraudulent practices are invited to contact Jeffrey Harris, Esq.; Brian Giles, Esq.; or Sylvie Derrien, Esq. at (513) 345-8181 or by email to classaction(at)statmanharris(dot)com for further information without any cost or obligation.

Statman, Harris & Eyrich, LLC, which has significant experience in consumer and securities fraud class actions and derivative litigation, has offices in Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati, Ohio; Dayton, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan; and Sarasota, Florida. http://www.statmanharris.com Attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee similar outcomes.

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