Las Vegas Construction Law Attorneys

Contractor Board LicensingContractors are widely known in the construction world. A general contractor oversees day to day construction at the site they’re working on, manages trades and vendors, and communicates between all the involved parties. A Las Vegas construction law attorney can guide you through any questions about licensing or other aspects of construction law.

Many of the contractor responsibilities for residential or commercial work include, but are not limited to:

  • Providing all the material, labor, equipment, and services for construction
  • Hires specialized subcontractors to perform all or just portions of the construction work
  • Is responsible for a high quality of work that is performed by any of the subcontractors
  • Continual security and safety on the jobsite
  • Applying for building permits

Most construction workers become contractors through work experience, though having a bachelor’s degree is preferred. Contractors often are in business for themselves. Contractors and subcontractors work with many materials for their construction sites, including, masonry, carpentry, plumbing, framing, electrical, stone and steel.

Contractor licenses are necessary to confirm that those individuals applying for them are qualified in their industry of choice. Licenses must be obtained for any construction related matters, whether for safety, contracting, or other services. Licensing for any part of the construction process can be extremely complicated. Having a Las Vegas construction law attorney by your side to understand what you’re going through can be an extreme asset.

Contacting a construction law attorney at Dobberstein Law Group can help you to have a successful licensing application. They can also advise you on any other construction law concerns you may have. Our trusted and experienced attorney is here to help you and your business succeed by being legally correct with all licensing issues that may arise.

Contact the office today to schedule your confidential consultation and discuss the next action for your case.