Chicago Lawyers Representing Clients in Lawsuit and Professional License Defense

Recognized as one of the “Top 40 Illinois Lawyers Under the Age of 40,” attorney Thomas Zimmerman has extensive experience defending individuals, corporations and licensed professionals throughout Illinois.

Looking for a defense attorney? Contact us by e-mail or call 1-877-440-0020 to schedule a free initial consultation.

REPRESENTATION OF DEFENDANTS

Since 1996, the Zimmerman Law Offices, P.C. has represented clients accused of professional misconduct, personal injury and fraud, as well as commercial real estate and business law clients in lawsuit defense throughout Illinois, including:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Business Litigation
  • Child Custody
  • Class Action Lawsuits
  • Defamation
  • Fraud
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Labor and Employment
  • Landlord / Tenant
  • Premises Liability
  • Product Liability
  • Professional Negligence
  • Unfair Competition

Click here for a description of the firm’s settlements and verdicts on behalf of Defendants.

REPRESENTATION OF LICENSED PROFESSIONALS

Zimmerman Law Offices P.C. has substantial experience with the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR), Illinois Department of Insurance, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and can assist you, whether you are trying to gain licensure or are in need of representation to defend your license, including:

Click here for a description of the firm’s settlements and verdicts on behalf of Licensed Professionals.

Contact Us Today

Mr. Zimmerman has an extensive background defending clients in complicated cases. Contact us by e-mail or call 1-877-440-0020 to schedule a free initial consultation.

NOTE: Past results are no guarantee of future results. Each case must be decided on its own facts and merits.

Verdicts & Settlements

Insurance Company Sued for Denying Insurance Coverage for Claims — An insurance company was sued for denying insurance coverage for various claims that were submitted to it for payment. The insurance company issued a bankruptcy policy of insurance for extended service contracts that were sold by a third party. The third party was primarily liable for the payment of covered claims losses under its extended service contracts. The insurance policy is only triggered if the third party went bankrupt or failed to pay a claim, which occurred in this case. We successfully defended the insurance company on the basis that the third party was using extended service contract forms that had not been previously approved by the insurance company, and these unapproved forms provided for payment of claims that were not covered in the insurance policy.

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