Nevada State Contractors Board
Nevada State Contractors Board (NSCB Claims)

The attorneys at Tony M. May, P.C. have been working with clients for many years by defending them against claims filed with the NSCB, as well as with helping homeowners and other contractors in filing claims with the NSCB for licensing dispute issues. Because the NSCB has the right to revoke a contractor’s license in Nevada and determine how a contractor should be disciplined for breaching its rules and regulations, you will find that hiring the law firm of Tony M. May, P.C. to evaluate your situation and walk you through this process is invaluable.

Offering Our Experience for All Las Vegas Administrative Law Cases

As a contractor, acquiring and keeping your license means being able to continue supporting yourself and your family. In situations where your integrity, honesty, or commitment to quality work is put in question, let Tony M. May, P.C. represent you in your Las Vegas administrative law case!

If you are a home or business owner who has been wronged by a contractor, we can also provide you with valuable legal advice since our attorneys have assisted clients on both sides of the issue. We know what the other party is going to say and can prepare you a defense against it.

Educating Our Clients on Las Vegas Administrative Law

The NSCB has a very specific process for obtaining a contractors license, following guidelines, and filing a complaint against a contractor. Whether you have been denied your license or want the NSCB to take disciplinary action against a contractor for not following its statutory requirements, Tony M. May, P.C. will educate you on the Las Vegas administrative law processes so you will know exactly what’s going on at each step of the way.

Whether you are under investigation with the NSCB, are in the midst of a case with them, or are filing a claim against a contractor for poor work, dishonesty, or other problems, the Law Offices of Tony M. May, P.C. can meet with you, give you the information you need to understand exactly what is at stake, and then represent you through the board’s investigation and hearing processes.

To schedule a consultation for a Las Vegas administrative law issue, call the office of Tony M. May, P.C. at (702) 388-0404!


Nevada Contractor’s Checklist

Here is checklist of items the Nevada State Contractors Board recently published in its Horizons Magazine to help contractors stay out of trouble.

  • Always make sure license number and monetary limit is on all contracts or bids. NAC 624.640(5)
  • Keep your bond current. NRS 624.270
  • Check to ensure that licenses or persons with whom you contract are valid and active. NAC 624.650
  • Be sure name of business under which contractor is contracting is the same as the license number. NRS 624.305
  • Be sure the amount of the bid or contract is within the monetary limit of the contractor. NRS 624.3015(2)
  • Be sure that the contract is within the scope of work/license classification. NRS 6243015(3)
  • Know what you are contracting for, verify terms of the contract, and comply with terms of the contract. NRS 624.3013(1)
  • If it is not in your written contract, it doesn’t exist. Make sure all change orders are in writing and signed by all parties. NRS 624.3013(1)
  • Include Residential Recovery Fund Disclosure on all residential contracts. NRS 624.520
  • Provide customers with required Notice to Owner Disclosure. NRS 624.600(1)(2) and (3) as described in NAC 624.693 & NAC 624.6932
  • Make sure your license number is on all business advertisements, including vehicles, business cards, letterhead, signage, directories, newspapers, website, etc. NRS 624.720
  • Always make sure license number and monetary limit is on all contracts or bids. NAC 624.640(5)
  • Your license number should be approximately 1 1/2 inches on your motor vehicle. NRS 624.288
  • If your address or other pertinent information about the business changes, notify Contractors Board in writing within 30 days. NAC 624.640(3)