People who receive Social Security Disability or other forms of supplemental income are often unfairly judged as "using" the system. Even the state and federal government sometimes questions the need for financial assistance. However, you know your unique circumstances, and you know that you are not abusing these services. If you are under investigation for or have been charged with benefits fraud, an experienced lawyer can help guide you through these otherwise difficult times.
If a fraud investigation has left you facing serious criminal penalties, the Brill Legal Group can help. Our defense lawyers always have your best interests in mind. Rest assured, we will not judge or criticize you, but rather provide an aggressive and effective defense.
Have you been charged with benefits fraud?
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At the Brill Legal Group, criminal defense is all we do. We have more than 10 years of fraud defense experience, representing clients accused of:
- Welfare fraud
- Unemployment fraud
- Social Security (SSDI) fraud
- Section 8 housing fraud
- And other types of benefits fraud
Listening to Your Side of the Story
A benefits fraud charge may be the product of a mere misunderstanding. Perhaps a spouse died, and in your grief, you failed to inform the necessary parties. Perhaps you simply forgot to fill out the proper form. Perhaps you are in true need of government assistance and the government has made a terrible mistake. Whatever the circumstances, do not expect government officials to understand your illness or believe your story.
At the Brill Legal Group, we carefully listen to your situation in order to gain a more clear understanding. Whenever possible, we will illustrate your case and negotiate for a positive outcome. However, we realize that a full trial is necessary in some cases, which is why we are always prepared to aggressively represent you in court. Rest assured, we will gather the necessary evidence and testimony to effectively challenge the government's case against you.
If you have been suspected of collecting benefits without just cause, contact us today for a free initial consultation. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Your call will always be answered.