The Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC) is charged with investigating alleged violations of contracting laws. The Registrar investigates thousands of complaints from consumers against contractors. When discussing the issue fails, a contractor may need the services of an experienced law firm that specializes in contractor disputes and the ROC.

Contractor Licensing

As the ROC website acknowledges, “Getting an Arizona contractor’s license takes many steps.”  This includes passing a Business Management Examination, as well as passing a trade examination for some license classifications. These exams test your knowledge of state and federal laws, as well as questioning management of construction projects and business and financial management. And the trade exam ensures you have a basic knowledge of that particular trade.

The attorneys at Murphy Cordier Casale Axel PLC have assisted many contractors with the confusing rules and requirements for contractor licensing. In addition, they have helped contractors set up their business organizations with the Arizona Corporations Commission and helped obtain the necessary local permits and licenses for work in our state.

Protect Your Business

It is important once you have obtained your license and established your contracting business, to keep it protected and running smoothly. You have so much more at risk than when you were first starting out. You need to be certain that your contractor’s license and your construction business is in good standing with the State Registrar of Contractors.

As a general contractor, you should protect your business with legal representation if your business is under investigation and your contractor’s license is at risk. If the ROC tells you that a complaint has been filed against your business, Murphy Cordier Casale Axel PLC will help ensure that your business is protected and that everything is done to avoid a license revocation or suspension.

Your reputation and that of your business are at stake, so do not try to address issues with the ROC by yourself. Murphy Cordier Casale Axel PLC knowledgeable and experienced regulatory and construction attorneys will work to protect your business and your reputation as a general contractor.

Contact Our Office

Murphy Cordier Casale Axel PLC represents contractors who have been issued citations, fines, and other penalties from the ROC, and we help our clients through all stages of the ROC’s disciplinary procedures. This includes initial investigations, filings, hearings, to the final determination. The skilled attorneys at Murphy Cordier Casale Axel PLC have the experience and resources to successfully resolve your ROC issue. Call us today at 602-274-9000 to discuss the details of your situation.