All of us Californians have things that appeal to us. It could be California avocados. It could be a glass of Merlot or Chardonnay from the Napa Valley. It could be watching tennis. It could be gardening. It could be Penelope Cruz or Denzel Washington or other Hollywood Actors. The list goes on.
The fact is that when things “appeal” to us, we like them. However, if you are in the auto repair business, “appealing” may have a completely different context. You may have to appeal a decision of the California Bureau of Automotive Repair. If they have taken a decision, or are about to, you may have the right to a Bureau of Automotive Repair appeal.
In this case, “appealing” means going higher up the ladder. If you are involved in any sort of legal action, or even if it does not involve the courts – yet – you may well be able to appeal any decision that threatens your livelihood – which a BAR decision will – to a higher court or decision-maker.
However, if this should happen to you, whatever else you do, don’t try to appeal it on your own. The problem with any issue that involves a Bureau of Automotive Repair appeal is that the Bureau firmly believes that you have done something wrong, and as far as it is concerned you may not be a fit or proper person to continue with your job.
It doesn’t even matter what the issue is about. You need to make a Bureau of Automotive Repair appeal about anything that threatens your living. That includes a situation where you may actually believe that you have somehow made a mistake. You don’t just throw your hands up in the air. You have to appeal it.
You May Need Expert Help from a Lawyer
However, as with anything else, you need expert help. That is unless you happen to be a fully qualified lawyer, which most auto repair shop owners and technicians are not.
This is why you need the services of defense attorney, William Ferreira. He is not just a fully qualified lawyer, but he is a specialist in cases involving the Bureau of Automotive Repair. In fact, he spends all his working life fighting them on behalf of auto repair shop owners and technicians who have had the misfortune to become involved with them – usually through no fault of their own whatsoever.
Another thing that you need to know is that, although we said that most auto repair shop owners and technicians are not fully qualified lawyers, William Ferreira is actually both! Before he changed course many years ago and studied law, he was an auto technician! He has done it all – engine rebuilds, R&R, diagnosing computerized vehicles, welding roll cages, you name it.
You couldn’t have a better man on your side – an auto technician who is also a fully qualified lawyer