We Represent The Pharmacy Industry
The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) has strict standards for the pharmacy industry. Whether you are looking for legal representation in the defense against a pharmaceutical complaint or if you need assistance obtaining a license for pharmacists, pharmacies, and pharmacy technicians, Zimmerman Law Offices, P.C. has substantial experience representing health care professionals. We will fight to protect your professional reputation.
Applying For A License
In order to get a license application processed, you must submit required supporting documentation, pay fees, and meet deadlines. This process can seem confusing and difficult. That’s why it’s helpful to have an attorney on your side. Since 1996, Attorney Thomas Zimmerman has been helping professionals in the pharmacy industry obtain proper licenses. We can advise you on what documentation you need to gather, how to prepare and present it for your application, and also alert you about how and when you may need to renew an issued license.
Here When You Need Us
Are you being investigated for allegations of malpractice that caused an injury? Don’t fight alone. You need an experienced attorney who can navigate your case and advise you. Chances are, we have seen a case like yours and will represent you through the entire process. Attorney Thomas Zimmerman has successfully resolved a wide array of complex cases involving pharmacy technicians, pharmacists, and more.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
The Zimmerman Law Offices will fight to protect your license and will vigorously defend clients against charges of ethics violations, fraud or professional misconduct. Contact us by e-mail or call 1-877-440-0020 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Pharmacist Forged Multiple Prescriptions Using a Physician’s DEA Number — A licensed pharmacist forged multiple prescriptions for Norco using a physician’s DEA number. The pharmacist had been prescribed Norco after having a C-Section and suffering from post-partum depression, and she became addicted to Norco. The pharmacy terminated her employment, and she admitted herself into substance abuse treatment where she received group and individual counseling. Her substance abuse evaluation showed that she had successfully completed treatment, and we provided the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) with letters of recommendation from her previous co-workers. We successfully convinced the IDFPR to close its investigation without imposing any discipline on the pharmacist.