Investigation And Formal Complaint
At Bell Shah Law, LLC, we represent licensed professionals who may be facing discipline by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR), including but not limited to:
- Architects, home inspectors, surveyors and mortgage brokers
- Auctioneers, and auction firms
- Physicians, audiologists, dentists and nurses
- Psychologists and psychiatrists
- Real estate brokers and agents
- Social workers, controlled substance license workers and counselors
- Veterinary licenses
We understand that the threat of disciplinary action can be detrimental to one’s professional career and reputation. This is why we work hard to defend your rights and refute the allegations against you.
Putting Experience On Your Side
We have over five years of experience interacting with the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR). We are familiar with the purpose and general position of the department on disciplinary licensure matters. Over the years, we have developed a rapport with the department attorneys. We understand the administrative process and department rulings. We believe this professional approach and knowledge has gotten us favorable results for our clients.
If you receive an investigative letter or a formal complaint from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR), we strongly suggest you immediately contact Bell Shah Law, LLC. You need an attorney who will effectively represent you. In many circumstances, the matter can be resolved through a consent order after an informal conference with the department attorney and professional board members. In other situations, an evidentiary hearing where we present our case before an administrative law judge may be necessary. Whether you are facing suspension, revocation, probation, fines and penalties, or an administrative warning, we will fight to obtain the best outcome for your particular situation.
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