North Carolina General Contractor License Defense Lawyer
North State Law helps General Contractors in North Carolina who have received a complaint or are facing license suspension or revocation by the North Carolina Licensing Board of General Contractors.
Attorney Nick Dowgul is a licensed professional and understands that having your license in good standing is vital to the operation of your day-to-day business. Looking ahead, it’s also critical for the future of your business and the ability to provide for your loved ones.
Your North Carolina General Contractors license is your livelihood.
If you’re facing disciplinary action from the North Carolina Licensing Board of General Contractors (NCLBGC), you have the right to hire an experienced lawyer to guide you through the process.
Dowgul has experience in front of many Professional Licensing Boards in North Carolina. If you’re facing disciplinary action, he can put that experience to work for you to help protect everything you have built.
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The North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
The State Licensing Board for General Contractors is established with nine members. These members are appointed by the Governor and serve staggered five-year terms.
The board consists of five general contractors, one registered engineer specializing in structural engineering, and three public members. Among the general contractor members, one focuses primarily on highway construction, another on public utilities construction, and one on building construction.
The remaining two members primarily specialize in residential construction, with one of them holding an unlimited general contractor’s license. The public members have no affiliations with the construction industry and represent the interests of the general public.
Board members serve until their respective terms expire or until their successors are appointed and qualified. If a vacancy occurs during a term, the Governor appoints a replacement for the remainder of the unexpired term.
The Governor has the authority to remove any board member for misconduct, incompetency, or neglect of duty. Furthermore, no board member can serve more than two complete consecutive terms.
How can a North Carolina General Contractor License Lawyer Help Me?
The act of obtaining an experienced lawyer to help you with your North Carolina General Contractor licensing issues allows you access to someone who has worked with professionals before in a similar situation.
Navigating the administrative process with licensing issues is generally not a simple process. Those who face professional licensing boards alone run the risk of undermining their defense with simple errors along the way.
While experienced lawyers know the process, they’re also flexible because every situation they face has its own set of facts that make it unique. Knowing laws and applying them to your case is vital as well.
Ultimately, hiring an attorney to help you with General Contracting licensing issues sets you up to be prepared. When fighting for the future of your trade and the ability to make a living from it, you don’t have to fight alone.
At what point should I hire an attorney for my North Carolina General Contractor License issue?
If you receive a notice that advises you of the allegations, the clock is ticking. After receiving that notification, you may feel angry, confused, and worried. That’s natural.
If you do not have any experience with Professional License Defense, your worry may compound as you begin to feel lost about what you need to do to protect your license.
- What do I need to write in my response to the allegations?
- What do I need to say to the investigator?
- What documents do I need to provide?
These are all common questions of an individual facing disciplinary action from a professional board.
By hiring a lawyer quickly, you will have someone who is experienced in your corner to help you answer these questions and craft your responses, all to protect your career and get back to work with peace of mind.
What are common reasons for North Carolina General Contractor to receive disciplinary action such as a license suspension or revocation?
There are many reasons a North Carolina General Contractor may face licensing issues. While the following is not an exhaustive list of reasons, it lists common reasons a North Carolina General Contractor may face disciplinary action.
- Fraud or Deceit in Obtaining License
- Gross Negligence
- Professional Misconduct
- “Renting” or allowing for use of license
What steps should I take after receiving notification from the North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors?
You should call and speak with an experienced attorney about your situation.
As stated previously, when you receive a notification of allegations from the NCLBGC, you may feel a mix of emotions. Generally, none of the feelings are positive.
While you can decide later if you want to hire a lawyer to help you, calling and speaking with an experienced lawyer allows you to understand better what you are facing and what the allegations may snowball into if not appropriately handled.
While doing this small act may not make everything go away, calling and speaking with someone will give you some direction as to what actions need to take place to situate yourself better to protect everything you have built.
Contact North State Law Today
If you have received a complaint, are facing investigation, or disciplinary action from the North Carolina Licensing Board of General Contractors, contact Nick Dowgul of North State Law to discuss your situation.
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