Construction projects can come with a lot of risks, and if you’re not careful, you can lose out on some major income. Make sure you get paid by filing a mechanic’s lien claim through us, so you can be more prepared and secured.
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Provide key project information for your mechanic’s lien paperwork and we’ll take care of the rest.
Who Can File a Lien
Subcontractors, suppliers, sub-subcontractors, equipment renters, and vendors providing labor, materials, or equipment to a public or private project can file a mechanic’s lien claim.
Understanding the Mechanic's Lien Process
There are three major steps to any mechanic’s lien:
1. Preliminary Notice
The preliminary notice is a mechanic’s lien letter sent at the onset of a project to secure your right to file later.
2. Mechanic’s Lien Notice of Intent
This notice acts as a final mechanic’s lien warning. This allows the paying party one last chance to pay you before the lien is filed. It’s also called a mechanic’s lien demand letter.
3. Mechanic’s Lien
Filing the lien is the final step; it turns the project into collateral in return for the payment you’re owed.
Get Help with a Variety of Documents
We offer comprehensive project solutions, from expert advice to our mechanic’s lien document library. We can help you with:
- Bond claim filing
- Notice of intent to lien
- Mechanic’s lien preliminary notice
- Notice of delay
- Notice of disputed work
- Partial lien waiver
- Final lien waiver
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Why Choose ConstructionDisputes.com for Your Mechanic’s Lien?
At ConstructionDisputes.com, we have the resources you need to make your mechanic’s lien a simple procedure. From our Time Matrix tool that allows you to track every step of your project’s progress to our document library filled with all of the forms and legal documentation you need to file a mechanic’s lien notice and make a claim, we’re here to help every step of the way. Our support doesn’t end with just a wealth of online tools, either. We also employ a knowledgeable team of construction dispute experts who are here to help you with any problem you run into.
Mechanic’s lien and bond claims are notorious for their strict deadlines, so don’t delay. Sign up with Construction Disputes today and start getting paid what you deserve!