Your False Claims Act Attorneys
Zimmerman Law Offices, P.C. represents clients throughout Illinois in cases dealing with the False Claims Act.
The government has programs in place designed to help individuals out of a tough spot financially. Unfortunately, there are people who have abused the system, which means stricter rules for everyone else. At Zimmerman Law Offices, we understand the False Claims Act and represent Chicago residents in cases that fall under this category. We understand not everyone who is being investigated for trying to defraud the government has really committed the crime. This is why we offer the reliable representation you need to get a successful outcome for your case.
Facing the government can be a scary experience. The good news is our False Claims Act attorneys and lawyers in Chicago have handled many of these cases for other clients. This means you get the experienced representation you require to stand up in court and present your case in the best possible light. It’s never easy getting up in a courtroom, especially if you are facing accusations of fraud. We will stand by your side and ensure you get the representation you need to prove your case. You don’t have to face these charges alone.
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The way the government handles issues, especially when it comes to money, can be difficult to understand. This is why you need False Claims Act lawyers in Chicago to represent you in your case. We will meet with you and go over the specifics of your case and how to move forward. Call today or fill out our contact form to request your personalized consultation!
Insurance Agency Accused of Converting Premium Trust Money – An insurance agency was accused by the Illinois Department of Insurance (DOI) of using its insured’s premium payments to pay the agency’s overhead instead of remitting the money to the insurance carrier to pay premiums for the insured’s insurance policies. We successfully demonstrated to the IDFPR that a former partner of the agency had embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars (for which he went to prison), and that the agency was not at fault for the temporary misuse of funds. No insurance policies were canceled and the agency eventually repaid the money. The IDFPR dropped the case with no disciplinary action taken against the agency’s license.