Las Vegas Construction Law Attorneys

Discipline HearingsDisciplinary hearings in the construction industry are very serious. Such a proceeding is usually spurred by an accusation of wrongdoing on the part of the person being brought before the panel. The Nevada State Contractors Board will investigate, issue administrative citations, file complaints and prosecute Contractors for various reasons. Many construction companies use these hearings as a way, to fairly adjudicate the claims and punishment that the Contractors Board is seeking, or when a license has been denied. A Contractors Board hearing is a way of allowing a Contractor to present his case to either an Administrative Judge or to a District Court Judge to allow them to hear the evidence and determine if the Contractors Board has treated the contractor fairly and provided them with due process.

If you are faced with a disciplinary hearing, you should understand what is at stake. In most cases, the Contractors Board has already decided that you are guilty of what you have been accused of and are looking for a way to take your license. If you believe the claims are unfair or that you were denied a license without due cause, you should take full advantage of the proceeding to put your case forward.

Your best action is to have an attorney advising you through each stage of the process—from licensing applications, to workmanship complaints, to money owing complaints to administrative code violations. A Las Vegas construction attorney at Dobberstein Law Group can help you get through this difficult procedure in a way that ensures you are being treated fairly, rather than just appearing to be so.

Eric Dobberstein has appeared at hundreds of hearings before the Contractors Board as well as various Administrative Judges and District Court Judges on appeal. Eric Dobberstein has been able to negotiate resolutions between the Board and the Contractor as well as between Homeowners and Contractors. However, when a fair resolution cannot be achieved then he has presented full evidentiary hearings before the Board as well as appealed the Board’s decisions to District court and won reversals against the Nevada State Contractors Board. There are very few attorneys who have appeared more often than Mr. Dobberstein before the Board. So, when you select an attorney please make sure you select one with experience before the Board.

Feel free to contact Dobberstein Law Group today to schedule your consultation and decide what is the next best step for you and your case.