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Spotting IRS Imposters

Posted on October 2nd, 2019 by Tom Zimmerman

More than ever it’s important to look out for IRS impostors and know what to do if you get a call from a scammer pretending to be with the IRS. Our Chicago consumer rights lawyers are here to help you spot impostors and advise you about what you should do if you find yourself on […]


Breach Of Confidentiality Consequences

Posted on September 30th, 2019 by Tom Zimmerman

A breach of a confidentiality agreement can result in serious consequences for all parties involved. From lawsuits to criminal charges, the results can put a strain on your personal and professional life. Breaching a confidentiality agreement can lead to lawsuits, loss of business relationships, and even employee termination.   What Is A Confidentiality Agreement? A […]


What To Do In A Real Estate Dispute

Posted on September 28th, 2019 by Tom Zimmerman

As your business transactions attorney serving Chicago, Tom Zimmerman knows how often real estate disputes occur. Real estate disputes can be complicated and frustrating, so make sure you have a trusted attorney on your side to help you get the outcome you deserve.   What Is A Real Estate Dispute? Real estate disputes are legal […]


What Is A Class Action Lawsuit?

Posted on August 30th, 2019 by Tom Zimmerman

The simple definition of a class action lawsuit is a civil lawsuit that is brought by one person or a few people on behalf of a larger group of people who have suffered similar harm or have a similar claim.   Why Is A Class Action Used? A class action makes it easier and more […]


Tips For A Nurse In Trouble

Posted on August 19th, 2019 by Tom Zimmerman

As a nursing license defense attorney serving Chicago, Zimmerman Law Offices, P.C. knows that having a complaint against you as a nurse can harm your nursing license. We want to make sure that if you ever have a complaint filed against you, you know how to handle it and what the correct steps are to […]


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