Talk to a Utah DOPL Lawyer
If you own a business, chances are you have had to deal with the Department of Occupational and Professional Licensing otherwise known as DOPL. DOPL issues and supervises licenses for various trades including, massage therapists, plumbers, electricians, contractors, hair stylists, psychologists, etc. It seems that now days every trade needs a license from DOPL so that individuals can have the privilege of a making a living. It seems like a screwed up world where someone has to have a license from the government in order to do basic things like build a house, but that’s how it is and the need for a Utah DOPL lawyer is prevalent.
Even more disturbing is how DOPL sometimes operates. We have seen DOPL place licenses on probation for the smallest of infractions. You have to be very careful with DOPL. They are very often times more stringent than criminal courts. Although DOPL is entrusted to protect the health and safety of the public, they often use this mandate to penalize legitimate businesses with punitive measures. That is where Salcido Law Firm comes in.
Licensing, Renewals, and Disciplinary Action
Contact a Utah DOPL lawyer at our firm for your hearing. If you are facing disciplinary proceedings with DOPL for some indiscretion committed in your past you may want to consider having an attorney present with you through all the DOPL proceedings. Your license is at stake and without that license you may be out of the job. We have the same goal and concern as you: to protect your livelihood.
You should never go to court without an attorney and the same principle applies to DOPL proceedings. Don’t try to work your way through the complicated procedures and hearings without a competent Utah DOPL lawyer at your side. Your career, livelihood, and business are too important to risk. Call us at 801.413.1753 for a consultation so that you can come in and discuss your case with an experienced business lawyer.
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