Tampa Construction Law Firm
The Department of Business and Professional Regulations (DBPR) is a an agency that regulates and licenses businesses and professionals throughout the State of Florida. Allegations and complaints that are filed with the DBPR against the license of a construction business, contractor, architect, or engineer, if not handled properly, can result in hefty fines, restriction of service offerings, or suspension and even revocation of the license in question. Some of the common construction industry allegations and complaints filed with the DBPR that can be defended by Tampa construction law firms like Cotney Construction Law include:
- Misallocation of funds
- Judgements related to the practice of construction
- Renting of license
- Project abandonment
- Improper licensure
- Failure to obtain proper permits
- Theft or Fraud
- Failure of notification to DBPR of past criminal history
A suspension or revocation of licensure can gravely hinder the ability of a construction business to maintain operations, and can have a significant negative impact on the reputation and integrity of the business or professional service provider. If you find yourself facing allegations or complaints against your professional license, we highly recommend seeking the legal advice of a Tampa construction law firm.
License Defense from a Construction Law Firm in Tampa
At Cotney Construction Law, we understand the importance of upholding your reputation and integrity and will stand with you through every step of the way to defend it. As a construction law firm in Tampa that specializes in license defense, we have helped dozens of construction businesses, contractors, subcontractors, engineers, and architects in Tampa and throughout the State of Florida to obtain and maintain their professional licenses despite the allegations and complaints that were brought upon them.
If you are in need of a professional construction law firm, please submit our contact request form for more information.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.