Representing Construction Contractors in ROC Complaints
The Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC) is an administrative agency of the state government that regulates the work of contractors and subcontractors throughout the state. It licenses general contractors and subcontractors, enforces licensing requirements and provides a venue for hearing complaints against licensed construction professionals.
Many times disputes between homeowners and contractors are initiated by a complaint filed with the ROC. This administrative proceeding may overlap with the civil proceeding, creating the need for effective and simultaneous handling of these disputes by counsel. These multiple tracks of dispute resolution can become confusing and procedurally complex. Righi Fitch Law Group prides itself on simplifying and explaining the process to our clients so that the client can make informed decisions.
Defending Your License and Your Livelihood
We are experienced construction law attorneys who are also skilled in professional liability claims. We will defend your license and work to preserve your ability to work and earn a living.
A customer has up to two years after a construction project is completed to file a complaint of defective workmanship with the Registrar of Contractors. The ROC will send out an investigator to review the complaint and gather evidence.
Depending on the results of the investigation, the ROC may order repairs to the property or other corrective actions. If you fail to comply with the order, the ROC has the right to take your license away. If you are a contractor or subcontractor whose license is in jeopardy because of a ROC complaint, it is important to take steps to ensure your license is protected. Contact the attorneys of Righi Fitch Law Group in Phoenix today.
Defending Your Reputation in Your Profession
Our lawyers recognize that any complaint against you jeopardizes your professional reputation and your ability to provide for your family financially. It can be an extremely stressful time for a construction contractor or subcontractor.
Our understanding of the construction industry, construction insurance, mechanics' liens and construction defect litigation enhances our ability to counsel contractors and subcontractors facing ROC claims. When your reputation and your income are on the line, it makes sense to entrust your case to a law firm with the type of experience to handle these legal matters.
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