Join Trainor Fairbrook construction attorneys Dan Steinberg and Mike Middleton on November 15th for an informative presentation on the recent changes in the law and how those changes can be applied to limit liabilities in Construction Contracts, Mechanics Liens, Notices of Non-Responsibility, Bonds and Insurance Issues.
You held up your end of the bargain - the work has been done and done right. So why are you having trouble collecting payment? Unfortunately, collecting payment during a construction project can be challenging. Oftentimes, the only path to payment is through a mechanic's lien.
Every building meant to last for years must have at its base a solid foundation. Solid foundations are also a crucial part of business relationships in the construction industry.
The work is done, the project is complete, and all that remains is to collect payment. Unfortunately, collecting payment for work done, especially the final payments, can be one of the most challenging parts of a construction project. And for some, the only way to get paid is by filing a mechanic's lien.