Many times construction and restoration projects involve insurance claims or a payment plan. That means companies are putting up their own money to buy the supplies and pay their laborers before the company gets paid. So what do you do if they don't pay? What if they keep the insurance funds? What can you do? Do you need to hire a collection agency? An attorney?
I understands how to help you protect and enforce your lien rights. If contractors and suppliers don’t get paid on a construction project you want to make sure a mechanics lien is in place to secure payment. There are steps/notices that must be done prior to filing for a mechanics lien and they all have a somewhat short window to be completed. It is important you do not miss your window. All general contractors, subcontractors, laborers, construction managers and suppliers of any tier are afforded the protection of mechanics liens.