Representation For Engineering Professionals
Are you in need of legal assistance for applying for a professional engineer or design firm license? Do you have questions concerning the status of your license or do you need to renew it? Zimmerman Law Offices can help you navigate your case whether you need support with applying for license or whether you need support with defending the license you have.
Assistance In Applying For A License
Within the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR), the Division of Professional Regulation ensures that professional licensure qualifications are properly evaluated, and that regulations are accurately applied and vigorously enforced. You can become licensed after passing an examination, or by endorsement if you hold an unexpired license to practice engineering in another state. If you need assistance applying for your license, attorney Thomas Zimmerman will work diligently to navigate your case.
Defense When You Need It
We can assist you in all matters relating to your professional engineering business. If you have been falsely accused of negligence or improperly affixing your signature or seal to plans or documents, you need an experienced lawyer who has experience managing a case like yours. Mr. Zimmerman was recognized as one of the “Top 40 Illinois Lawyers Under the Age of 40.” He also has a strong background assisting licensed professionals in the Chicagoland area. Chances are he has seen a case like yours and will diligently fight to protect your rights.
Call For A Free Consultation
Please schedule your free initial consultation and an attorney can advise you as to your legal rights and defenses. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. A consultation is your opportunity to feel comfortable working with Zimmerman Law Offices.We are here to help so you don’t have to fight alone. Please call today: 1-877-440-0020.
Professional Engineer Denied Licensure for Lack of Experience — The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) denied a man’s application to become a licensed professional engineer because he did not have the required number of years of experience after graduating from college and prior to taking the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PPE) examination. We appealed the IDFPR’s decision to the circuit court, and argued that the IDFPR had not identified the factual basis for its decision to disregard certain experience that could not be verified. The circuit court agreed, and remanded the matter back to the IDFPR with an order that the IDFPR hold a formal hearing regarding the applicant’s experience. We won on remand, and the IDFPR issued the license.