Helping Clients To Obtain Licenses and To Defend Them From Complaints
Due to the direct relationship between health care professionals and the general well-being of the public, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) maintains strict standards over the health care industry.
Attorney Thomas Zimmerman has substantial experience working with the IDFPR to help professionals obtain licenses and defend them from investigations and complaints. At Zimmerman Law Offices, our lawyers will aggressively protect your license.
Chicago Attorneys Representing Health Care Professionals Including:
- Chiropractic Physician
- Controlled Substance Licensee
- Environmental Health Practitioner
- Home Medical Equipment and Service Provider
- Massage Therapist
- Medical Corporation
- Nursing Home Administrator
- Nutrition Counselor
- Physical Therapist
- Podiatric Physician
- Respiratory Care Practitioner
- Speech-Language Pathologist
- Surgical Assistant
Chances Are, We Have Seen A Case Like Yours
Attorney Thomas Zimmerman has also aggressively negotiated with IDFPR to lessen the disciplinary action for a variety of serious offenses, such as:
- Overdosing of medication
- Impairment due to alcohol abuse
- Diversion of narcotics
- Misrepresenting information on a license application
- Allowing assistants to perform medical procedures
- Sexual activity in the presence of a patient
- Practicing without a current Illinois license
- Failing to maintain adequate medical records
Contact Us Today
Are you being investigated for allegations of malpractice that caused an injury? You need an experienced attorney. Contact us by e-mail or call 1-877-440-0020 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Cardiologist Accused of Killing a Patient – A cardiologist’s license was summarily suspended by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) for alleged gross negligence and unprofessional conduct arising out of his injection of potassium chloride to a patient who was suffocating to death. We successfully appealed the ruling to the circuit court, which reversed and vacated the IDFPR’s suspension based on the medical examiner’s destruction of evidence which violated the doctor’s constitutional due process rights.