South Carolina Boiler Inspector Professional License Defense Lawyers
Boiler inspectors must be licensed with the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors (NBBI). Boiler inspectors must also be certified to work in the state of South Carolina and comply with the Boiler Safety Act. Failure to adhere to these statutes and regulations can result in disciplinary actions. If your boiler inspector license is under investigation, you need a boiler inspector license defense attorney to protect your rights.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. If you are contacted by an LLR investigator, you should contact the South Carolina professional licensing defense attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC for a free consultation to discuss your legal rights before you speak with the investigator. Even a public reprimand can cause severe professional damage including the loss of clients as well as existing and future job opportunities.
What Can I Expect When a Complaint
is Filed Against Me?
The South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing
and Regulation (LLR) licenses more than 350,000
individuals or companies through its 41 professional
and occupational licensing boards.
Each year, LLR’s Office of Investigation and
Enforcement (OIE) receives complaints relating to
approximately 2 percent of its licensees, and LLR staff
frequently receives questions from licensees regarding
what happens once a complaint is filed against them.
This brochure has been developed to help licensees
know what to expect when a complaint is filed against
Disciplinary actions can include:
- Public Reprimand
- License Suspension
- License Revocation
Handling a Boiler Safety License Complaint
Customers, fellow employees, and other boiler safety inspectors may make a complaint regarding your practice to the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation.
You will be notified of the complaint when an investigator from the LLR contacts you. You may decline the request to talk to the investigator until you have spoken with a professional license defense attorney.
Our professional license team will work hard to protect your rights. While a complaint may not seem like a big deal, even a public reprimand can have lasting professional consequences. The Strom Law Firm, LLC has experienced professional licensing defense attorneys. We can help you maintain your license and get back to work. Do not wait until it is too late. Contact us today for your free consultation. 803-252-4800.