Accused Of Social Security Fraud? We Can Help
Social Security fraud is rampant, and the government knows it. Some estimates have placed the losses at $6 billion per year. Naturally authorities are eager to investigate and prosecute suspicious activity, and sometimes innocent people who may have made honest mistakes in their claims get caught up in the net.
Don’t let this happen to you!
Protect your rights in the face of aggressive prosecution with help from an experienced Social Security fraud attorney in Los Angeles CA.
You Really Can Fight Back Against The US Government
The same principles that apply to any fraud case also apply to Social Security fraud. As your Social Security fraud lawyer, Ms Mattern will thoroughly investigate the facts of your case and determine which of the following defense strategies should be employed:
No fraudulent intent: If you sincerely and reasonably believed that you had filed your claims correctly and you had no intent to defraud the government, you cannot be guilty of Social Security fraud.
Insufficient evidence: Just because the paperwork looks bad (duplicate claims, missing documents, disability claims for easily faked injuries, etc.) does not conclusively prove Social Security fraud was committed.
Mistaken identity: Perhaps someone else actually committed the fraud after stealing your identity, or perhaps your file has gotten mixed up with another person’s.
Why Choose The Mattern Law Firm
One of the most frustrating parts of dealing with any government agency is the many gaps and delays in communication and the stress of not knowing where your matter stands at any given moment. But when you work with The Mattern Law Firm, you can rest assured you will receive frequent updates on your case including copies of any evidence the prosecution uncovers. You will have direct access by phone and email, and we will be by your side keeping you informed and protected every step of the way.
To get started, please call 310-342-8254 or fill out the online contact form so that we can provide a free case evaluation.