Psychiatrist – Dr Steven Lammers, MD
Steven Lammers is an attorney who specializes in civil litigation: defense issues. He provides services to clients regarding personal injury – medical malpractice: defense issues; legal malpractice issues; construction disputes and business litigation disputes as well as any liability issues and disputes.
He is a member of Mandel Rauch & Lammers, P.C. He serves clients throughout Indiana.
Early Life and Education
Dr. Steven Lammers, MD has over 37 years of experience as a psychiatry specialist and graduated from Chicago Medical School Rosalind Franklin University. Currently practicing at Steven P Lammers PC with multiple insurance plans accepted,
Dubuque Fighting Saints of the USHL are under his direction as well. Within two seasons with them, he has implemented an impressive offense and led them to win their league championship.
As an NCAA Division III coach, he led Geneseo College to an 11-3 record and made an appearance at the SUNYAC tournament – an experience which perfectly compliments his expertise in developing NHL-caliber players.
Lammers races sportscars for Racing for Holland and has won two titles under its banner. Additionally, he serves as head coach and general manager of Dubuque Fighting Saints of the United States Hockey League; during his two-year tenure, they compiled an outstanding regular-season record of 75-36-9 that reached the USHL Finals. As a defenseman in his playing career from 1994-98 he earned All-SUNYAC second team recognition.
Lammers made his F1 debut with F2 team McLaren before switching to Porsche privateer Richard Lloyd Racing for 1983 and 1984, scoring multiple podium finishes including at Jarama and Monza. For 1987 he joined TWR Jaguar – now sponsored by Silk Cut – where he drove alongside Grand Prix driver John Watson, winning Jarama, Fuji, Le Mans and finished sixth.
Achievement and Honors
Lammers has made his mark as a competitive marathon swimmer by participating in five 32 km Traverse internationale du lac St-Jean events in Canada as well as six 25 km Swim Across The Sound races and one 37 km Atlantic City Around The Island Swim race. In 2018, he was honored by being inducted into the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame.
Lammers also works outside his professional realm by serving on the board of Dunebrook Inc and organizing estate planning workshops to raise funds for uninsured children receiving medical care. Furthermore, he volunteers through Carmel Dads Club to assist homeless individuals while playing piano at his church of worship.
Marquis Who’s Who honored Lammers with its Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. This esteemed distinction recognizes those who have achieved substantial professional success and gained widespread acclaim for their efforts.
Steve Lammers offers extensive legal and liability experience representing individuals and businesses alike in litigation and liability claims. His expertise spans health care, construction and business law; making him an invaluable asset to his clients. Steve has provided legal representation in matters relating to personal injuries, medical malpractice claims and legal malpractice allegations in courts across Indiana.
His memberships include the American Bar Association and Indiana Trial Lawyers Association. Additionally, he boasts extensive family law experience as a certified mediator with extensive courtroom experience.
John Lammers was born on July 21, 1884, in Ohio to Bernard Meno Lammers and Wilhelmina Lammers (nee Kaufmann). On March 17, 1910 in New York he married Antoinette (Anna, Annie or Annie Janette) Janette Lammers (born Rhines).
Steven Lammers, MD provides exceptional treatment for Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder and Psychosis Due to Mental Illness – three conditions they have received rave reviews for on Healthgrades.
Tim reviews movies every weekday on KQRS-FM’s “KQ92 Morning News” and WCCO Radio’s “Paul and Jordana.” He also hosts “The BS Show”, with Bob Sansevere.
Bruce made two trades of Byline Bancorp Inc stock worth over $190,325. The largest transaction took place on 9 March 2018 where he sold 8,186 units for over that sum. Bruce currently holds over 35,977 units of this company’s stock and has been involved with it for five years now – during that time he amassed significant wealth through his career as a race car driver.