A Construction Lien May Be the Answer to Nonpayment
If you are a subcontractor on a construction project, you have the right to be paid for the work you have done. You may hear excuses or promises of payment at a later date, but you need to protect your rights now. The construction law attorneys at Deneweth, Dugan & Parfitt in Troy, Michigan, can explain your rights and help you take the steps necessary to file a construction lien.
Advocates for Subcontractors
In addition to the money owed to you, you may have your own subcontractors and suppliers who are expecting to be paid. You have an obligation to your own business and to your subcontractors to make every effort to obtain payment for work performed and supplies delivered.
As soon as you are aware that a payment is late, contact a lawyer experienced with construction law, subcontractor rights and construction liens. At our law firm, we work with our clients to resolve issues such as nonpayment as quickly as possible. We understand the issues involved, and we have experience with a wide range of subcontractors and other service and material providers:
- Earthwork contractors
- Concrete and asphalt contractors
- Sewer and water contractors
- Steel fabricators and erectors
- Curb and gutter contractors
- Rough carpenters
- Finish carpenters
- Drywall specialists
- Roofing contractors
- Masonry contractors
- Mechanical contractors (HVAC)
- Plumbing contractors
- Lighting contractors
- Flooring contractors
- Specialty contractors
Contact Our Attorneys for Help Recovering Construction Payments
Located in Troy, Michigan, our firm serves individuals and companies involved in business, construction, manufacturing and real estate transactions and disputes. Our construction law attorneys provide our clients with a high level of knowledge and experience. Talk to a lawyer about your rights as well as your obligations as a subcontractor. Contact us online to set up a telephone or office consultation to discuss your legal needs.