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Pyrotechnic License Defense

South Carolina Pyrotechnic Safety Board Investigation Attorneys

To sell fireworks in the state of South Carolina, a person or business must be licensed by the Board of Pyrotechnic Safety. If you possess a license to sell fireworks in the State of South Carolina, you must adhere to the regulations set forth by the Pyrotechnic Safety Board. Failure to abide by these provisions and/or selling fireworks without a license may result in disciplinary action by the Board including the issuance of a cease and desist order as well as license revocation or suspension. Anyone can file a complaint to the Pyrotechnic Safety Board launching an investigation. Just because a complaint was made against you South Carolina pyrotechnic license, it does not mean that a violation of the pyrotechnic safety regulations was committed and/or that you do not have a defense. What it does mean is that your license is potentially at stake and that you should act to protect your rights.

Defending a Pyrotechnic Safety Board Investigation Complaint

The South Carolina Board of Pyrotechnic Safety is regulated by the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulations (“LLR“). Customers, employees, Fire Marshalls, or other pyrotechnic safety professionals may file a complaint to the LLR. In the event that a complaint is received, LLR will investigate the claim. If someone is seen selling fireworks without a license, they may be issued a cease and desist order.

If you believe you are being investigated by LLR, contact our South Carolina professional licensing defense attorneys for a free consultation.

If an investigator calls you concerning a complaint, you have the right to decline further comment until you consult with your attorney. The investigator may seem friendly and just ask for your side of a story so he/she can close a case, but remember they are working for LLR. Anything you say to the investigator can be used against you.

Losing your license can have a damaging effect on your livelihood. Don’t wait until it is too late. Contact our experienced professional licensing attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC for a free consultation. 803-252-4800.