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Assistance With The Nevada Board Of Professional Engineers And Land Surveyors

The Nevada Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors is responsible for providing education and creating the process through which a professional engineer or land surveyors can obtain their licensing and certification with the state of Nevada. The board is also responsible for helping to create and enforce the Nevada state laws regulating engineers and land surveyors.

May Brock Law Group has attorneys with a background in civil engineering that can assist you with your licensing issues and are uniquely qualified to provide support for administrative law in Las Vegas. At our firm, we focus on educating you on the matters at hand, so you can better help us with the litigation, negotiation or licensing process.

Las Vegas Administrative Law Complaints Against Engineers

According to the complaint guide issued by the Nevada Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, anyone can submit a Las Vegas administrative law complaint against an engineer or a land surveyor for a variety of reasons.

Some of the reasons for a complaint include:

  • Misconduct
  • Unethical conduct
  • Incompetence
  • Unlicensed practice

Because many of these categories are vague and sometimes problematic in definition, our firm believes that you should be aware of what constitutes a problem in each of those areas so you can manage the complaint at hand and possibly avoid making mistakes in the future.

Get The Las Vegas Administrative Law Legal Help You Need

If you are currently involved in a complaint with the Nevada Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors or just want help in trying to avoid a conflict, call May Brock Law Group. We are ready to work with you. Even the most experienced engineers and land surveyors need someone looking out for them in the legal sphere.

By educating yourself and getting the legal help you need in difficult situations, you can reduce or completely avoid negative complaint outcomes. To schedule a consultation, call us at 702-960-1270 or complete our online contact form to get in touch.