We Assist Security & Locksmith Professionals
The mission of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) is to serve, safeguard, and promote the health, safety, and welfare of the public by ensuring that licensure qualifications and standards for professional practice are properly evaluated, applied, and enforced. At Zimmerman Law Offices, we represent security and locksmith professionals before the IDFPR. We can also assist you with obtaining and renewing your license.
Get Your License
We represent security and locksmith professionals, including detectives, alarm contractors, armed proprietary security force, locksmiths, private security contractors, and agencies before the IDFPR. We offer extensive legal assistance to help you understand and satisfy all of the requirements for obtaining and renewing your license.
Defend Your License
Is your license at stake? Are you being investigated for allegations of improper conduct? Attorney Thomas Zimmerman has many years of experience helping professionals and defending them in investigations and complaints. Since 1996, he has been representing security and locksmith professionals accused of professional negligence, falsifying records or license applications, failure to supervise, and unauthorized practice.
Hire An Attorney
We are here to help deliver the best possible outcome. Be sure to ask us any questions you may have regarding your professional license and renewal. Contact us today by calling 1-877-440-0020 to schedule your free consultation.
Locksmith Agency Accused of False Advertising – The City of Chicago Department of Consumer Services filed an administrative complaint against a locksmith agency for allegedly advertising business addresses at locations within the City where the agency did not actually maintain a physical place of business. We successfully represented the locksmith agency by negotiating a deal whereby the City dropped the charge in exchange for the locksmith agency agreeing to request the removal of all addresses situated within the City at which the agency did not maintain a physical place of business from all publications listing such an address.