Medicaid fraud ORC § 2913.40

Defined:
  • Knowingly,
  • Making a false representation,
  • For use in obtaining reimbursement from Medicaid.
Potential Penalties:

Medicaid fraud in Ohio is penalized based on the amount of money involved. Fraud involving an amount of under $1000 is considered a misdemeanor of the first degree and can be penalized by a jail sentence of up to 180 days in jail and a fine of up to $1,000. With fraud involving higher amounts, a violation can be treated as a felony of the fifth, fourth, or third degree, which means a possible prison sentence of up to 60 months and a fine of up to $10,000.

At Funkhouser Law, from the moment a client walks through the door, we presume that they are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. As such, we work hard to accomplish the most favorable outcome for each of our clients. If you have been accused of Medicaid fraud, please call Funkhouser Law for a free consultation with an experienced, peer-rated lawyer.