Terms and Conditions
If no one else in your state is using that business name, you can call your company whatever you like.
But, if someone in a similar field to yours is already using a particular business or organization name, you should not use it, nor should you use a name that would be confusingly similar.
Traditionally, there was nothing to prevent someone from using a trademarked name in a completely unrelated field or industry. However, the emergence of something called "anti-dilution" law means that the owner of a "famous" trademark can prevent you from using it even in an unrelated industry.
You can run into trademark issues if your business and another's fall within the same category or are substantially similar. You can be found liable for trademark infringement or trademark dilution if you insist on pursuing your name without regard to how others are using it.
In particular, if you find that these "others" are large, multinational corporations, then you may want to consider choosing a different name rather than risk a long, drawn-out lawsuit.
To avoid any issue, you'd be well served by doing a trademark search to find out which other companies may be using in your exact (or similar) name and whether they are using it in the same way.
For further guidance, you can check (Company name availability Guidelines) from this link-