Bureau Of Automotive Repair Law Firm California

Defending The Licenses Of Automotive Workers

A car is a highly technical piece of machinery that we expect to function properly when we need it and get us from Point A to Point B safely. That means extensive training is necessary to be able to properly repair it and make sure it is safe to drive.

The professional licensing needed to work on cars in almost any capacity is difficult to acquire and requires a significant investment in time and money for training. At S J Harris Law, we understand how important it is that you hold onto your license to be able to have the career you want.

Based in Los Angeles, we serve clients throughout California, from north of the Bay Area to Southern California. Schedule a free consultation today.

Defending You Before The Bureau Of Automotive Repair

Whether you are facing allegations of defrauding customers, keeping improper records, abusing alcohol or drugs, or any other type of violation, our firm can help. A former deputy attorney general in California, founding lawyer Scott Harris has prosecuted cases for licensing agencies throughout the state, including the state Bureau of Automotive Repair.

Scott Harris puts that experience to work on behalf of license holders now, representing licensed workers in the automotive repair field, including:

  • Automotive repairmen
  • Auto-body repairmen
  • Smog check station employees
  • Brake and lamp specialists

If you have learned that you are the subject of an investigation, obtain legal representation quickly. Scott Harris and the rest of our team understand the complex issues you are dealing with and can build a strong defense that will seek to allow you to keep working and making a living.

Is Your License At Stake? Call Us Today.

If you are facing a citation, interim suspension or the revocation of your professional license, you cannot afford to go it alone. Contact our Los Angeles-based firm today by calling 323-370-6139 to schedule a free 30-minute consultation with an attorney.