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Illinois Physicians & the Role of Social Media

Posted on July 15th, 2020 by Tom Zimmerman

Social media permeates into nearly every facet of our lives. From food accounts to accounts created by medical professionals, it’s easy to get caught up in apps like Instagram and Facebook on a daily basis. As a medical license defense attorney in Chicago, we have seen this topic come to light in recent years and […]

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What to Do If Your Social Security Number is Stolen

Posted on June 15th, 2020 by Tom Zimmerman

As consumers, you trust that when you give your personal information to a company, they will protect it at all costs. Depending on the type of transaction, you give information such as your credit card number, your full name, your address, your income, and your Social Security number. Unfortunately, companies don’t always do a great […]

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Mental Health Providers & Soliciting Online Reviews

Posted on May 21st, 2020 by Tom Zimmerman

The prevalence and importance of online reviews have grown immensely in the past few years. Just as you read reviews when choosing where to eat out on a Friday night, many people are turning to reviews for mental health care providers as well. As a health care law attorney in Chicago, we want to address […]

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The Basics of a Class Action Lawsuit

Posted on April 16th, 2020 by Tom Zimmerman

Filed by a Group or an Individual A class-action lawsuit can be filed by an individual or group of individuals. When it is filed by one individual, that person is known as the lead plaintiff or the class representative. It is considered a class action in that it is filed on behalf of a large […]

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Reasons Your Medical License Might be Revoked

Posted on January 14th, 2020 by Tom Zimmerman

Just as you are not allowed to drive without a license, doctors are not allowed to practice without a license either. Every doctor must meet certain expectations and standards to receive a medical license. They will also need to continue to meet these criteria in order to retain them. The state medical board has a […]

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