Justin Sumner represented a whistleblower in a Qui Tam case who alleged that fraudulent Medicaid claims were being made by a local medical imaging company. After the company agreed to a $3.5 million settlement with the state and federal governments, it was discovered that the imaging company president had made a sizable donation to the Texas attorney general. Justin was quoted extensively about the case in national media publications.
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Justin Sumner, a Dallas-based attorney for the whistleblower who brought the lawsuit, said the state was involved in investigating Preferred Imaging.
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Justin Sumner, a Dallas lawyer for the whistleblower who sued Preferred Imaging, said that Paxton’s Medicaid fraud unit was part of the investigation.