Automotive Defense Specialists Announces New Post about When a Dispute with the California Bureau of Automotive Repair Might be Necessary
Los Angeles, California – May 31, 2021. Automotive Defense Specialists, a team of professional defense attorneys representing California technicians and auto repair shops, is proud to announce a new post. The post is a renewed dive into the issue of when (and how) to dispute a decision by the California Bureau of Automotive Repair.
Automotive repair shop owners and technicians in Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento, and other big California cities often search for the “best” attorney for a given issue. However, it’s not the most helpful way to think about finding a lawyer. What you need is a specialist in the type of problem that you have. So, for example, if you are going to get a divorce, you need a lawyer who specializes in that area.
One of the chief problems of being involved in the auto repair business in California is the Golden State’s Bureau of Automotive Repair. There are so many different rules and regulations by which you have to abide, and it is all too easy to make an error even though you take every care in what you do.
Working in the auto repair business, whether you own the business or are a technician, can be very rewarding – both in terms of enjoying the challenges of the work and the rewards. However, in the auto repair business you also have some unique challenges that other businesses do not have, namely the Bureau of Automotive Repair.
Automotive Defense Specialists Announces New Post about California Bureau of Automotive Repair Defense License Denial
San Francisco, California – April 30, 2021. Automotive Defense Specialists, an expert team of defense lawyers working to represent auto repair shops, technicians, and SMOG-related service providers in California, is proud to announce a new post focused on license denial issues.
California, the Golden State, is so called because of the gold that was discovered here in 1848. There are also fields full of golden poppies every Spring. Another explanation is that California is a great place in which to live and to raise a family and to do business. California, the Golden State became the state’s official nickname in 1968.