If you’re a contractor being accused of a license violation, your reputation is on the line. You need someone who can defend your ability to work as a construction professional. A Colorado Springs license defense attorney from Cotney Construction Law can help you protect your reputation and get you back to work.
A Colorado Springs License Defense Attorney Can Take Action for You
If you’re involved in a license dispute, you need to take immediate action to find representation to defend your license. Waiting too long to get help from a Colorado Springs license defense lawyer could result in fines, loss of license, or criminal charges.
Colorado Springs License Laws
Colorado’s licensing requirements are determined on the municipal level. General contractors in Colorado Springs need a license from the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department to work on anything beyond cosmetic work. Plumbers and electricians also need a license from the state.
Although there are some small cosmetic jobs that do not require a license like cabinetry, painting, and tile work, call the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department to check that a license is not needed for the specific work you are doing.
If you’ve been accused of any of the following, contact a Colorado Springs license defense attorney today:
- Working without a license: this may include being hired for a job without having the proper licensure
- Renting out your license: this may include obtaining permits for a job that you will not perform or oversee
- Fraud: this may include representing yourself as a licensed contractor or even charging over the agreed upon rate
Let one of our Cotney Construction Law attorneys fight for your livelihood. Our attorneys can make an appeal to the Board of Review to keep your license.
If you would like to speak with a Colorado Springs license defense attorney, please submit our contact request form.
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.