Contractors protect your license

It is vital that contractors know the best practices to utilize should a complaint be filed against them. Find out what happens during pre-arbitration and arbitration.  Review the numerous steps available to the contractor to prepare its case, and ultimately succeed at arbitration.

The Contractors State Licensing Board (CLSB) was designed to protect California consumers by licensing and regulating the construction industry. Unfortunately, contactors are frequently forced to deal with unfounded complaints by owners to the CLSB, putting their licenses in jeopardy.

Once an initial complaint is filed, the CSLB commences an investigation that is often one-sided and based solely on the owner’s allegations. The contractor faces an uphill battle, fighting a p

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