I have resigned from my position immediately as my employer has been committing insurance fraud and illegal practice. I am a health care provider who has nothing to do with any of the billing, however, my name and npi number are going out on all the fraudulant claims. My state license if feel has been jeoperdized each day I was there and in order for me to uphold my state license, I can not do what it asked of me. My contract was for three years and I quit after 6 months. I have evidence of fraud. Can this invalidate my contract? Can I still get in trouble for breach of contract?
3 Answers from Attorneys
Get a very good lawyer right away and do not talk to anyone until you do. You need one immediately.
Until you get good legal advice, as stated do not speak with anyone about this. Any comments or insinuation that you are using the alleged fraud as a bargaining chip to resolve any claims you may have against the company might come back to harm you.
If there are federal/state funds involved you may have a very important false claims act case. You should consult an attorney like myself who handles such matters. www.georgiaunemploymentlawyer.com