Professional License Defense Attorneys For South Carolina Auctioneers
South Carolina auctioneers are required to adhere to the statutes, regulations, and guidelines that are determined by the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (LLR). If an auctioneer does not adhere to these rules, then a complaint may be filed, and disciplinary action may be taken.
The Michael Jeffcoat Law Firm represents professionals who are in a position where it is necessary to defend their right to hold to a professional license. We can help in situations that involve complaints against your license for various reasons, including omissions of details when applying for a license, issues regarding debt and liens, failure to pay clients after a sale, and unauthorized practice.
The biggest mistake you can make is to wait until it is too late to make a move or make a difference. You need to know your rights and be prepared to handle an LLR complaint, and you need knowledgeable legal representation as you do so. This is your career and livelihood at stake, so call the Michael Jeffcoat Law Firm today, so that you can make the best of this dangerous situation.
LLR Complaint Response
Customers, clients, employees, and other professionals can all file a complaint against your auctioneers’ license. You will be contacted, once a complaint is filed, by the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (LLR) investigator. You should not comment on your situation without speaking to an attorney first. You may find the investigator to be friendly and interested in closing the case quickly, but anything you say can be held against you; so, talk to an attorney first. You are within your rights to politely refuse to discuss the case without first seeking legal counsel with a professional license defense lawyer.
Defending Your Auctioneers’ License
Although anyone can file a complaint, not all complaints are substantive, and not all professionals who receive complaints are guilty. Remember that you can beat an unjust complaint if you have the right representation. Even if the complaint is substantiated, a professional license defense attorney can get the best possible outcome.
Contact the Michael Jeffcoat Law Firm for a free consultation of your case and to discuss the most practical best steps for you. We will guide you through the process and let you know what you can expect and how to handle each stage of the investigation. You don’t want to defend your professional license on your own when you can benefit from a South Carolina professional license defense attorney.