We Represent Clinical Psychologists Before IDFPR
The law firm of Williams & Nickl, LLC represents clinical psychologists. Our attorneys protect your professional licenses before the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR).
Our firm has successfully defended many different kinds of medical and healthcare-related disciplinary matters at the Illinois Department of Professional and Financial Regulation. Here are a few examples of the IDFPR psychologist cases we handle:
- Unethical or Unprofessional Conduct.
- Physical and/or Mental Impairment
- Negligence in Practice
- Sexual misconduct
- Sister-State Discipline
- Criminal Convictions
- Violations of State and Federal Confidentiality Statutes
- Failure to Stay Current with Financial Obligations
Don't Respond to IDFPR Without Proper Representation
If you have been contacted by an IDFPR employee or investigator, received a Notice of Preliminary Hearing, Notice of Informal Conference, or Complaint, you should contact us right away.
Clinical Psychologists are licensed and regulated pursuant to the Clinical Psychologist Licensing Act and are subject to the provisions of several complex statutes and Rules. Additionally, there are many other state and federal public health and mental health statutes that govern the practice of these healing arts professions. View the laws that govern psychologists.
Attempting to deal with the IDFPR on any licensing or regulatory enforcement matter can easily overwhelm all but the most experienced of attorneys who regularly interact with IDFPR on a daily basis.
IDFPR Attorneys for Clinical Psychologists
Any licensed professional (or their representative) can petition for hearing or negotiate a Consent Order with an IDFPR staff prosecutor. Unfortunately, the Consent Order often contains harsh consequences and conditions that IDFPR prosecutors will cite as "boilerplate." The unforeseen consequences do not rear their ugly head until it is too late.
Unless one is knowledgeable with the myriad of informal policies and procedures of the IDFPR (which sometimes may vary from prosecutor to prosecutor) it is simply not possible to achieve the best possible outcome, especially one that minimizes to the fullest extent possible any disciplinary sanctions that are attached to your license to practice.
27 Years of IDFPR Experience
Since we have been defending or prosecuting licensees as IDFPR lawyers for more than 27 years, our firm is uniquely positioned to lead your defense and guide you through the process. Edward W. Williams and Fred Nickl have a reputation as tough litigators who will not hesitate to take a case to a formal evidentiary hearing if it is warranted.
Before you agree to an interview, produce a document, or meet with a IDFPR employee or investigator, contact us immediately.
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