I’ve represented owners, general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers throughout the construction industry for over 15+ years. Seeking help regarding payment bond claims? Schedule a free 15-minute consultation, today!
It is well known that payment bonds are required by federal law on US government construction projects (known as the Miller Act), and by virtually every state for local state or municipal public projects (colloquially referred to as the “Little Miller Act”), specifically to assure payment to subcontractors and material suppliers who are unpaid for their labor and materials furnished. In recent years, many private owners, from shopping malls to office buildings and multi-family residences, have required that payment bonds be provided as well. If you are working on a public or private construction project and have not been paid, a payment bond claim and a subsequent lawsuit to enforce the claim is an important tool to ensuring payment. But, like most things in the law, the timing and the format of the claim are of critical importance.
I have been a construction law attorney for over 15+ years, and I’ve filed countless payment bond claims – in both the public and private sectors. Put my legal expertise to work for you – click the button below to schedule a free 15-minute consultation regarding your payment bond claims, today.
While Mechanic’s Liens are the bread-and-butter of private construction projects, payment bonds are designed to secure your rightful payments for government contracts and public projects. I have represented contractors all across the DMV on a slew of public projects and bond claims – whether at the federal level, or at the state, county, municipal or board of education level. While there are many similarities, there are important differences, and experienced guidance is necessary to correctly, and timely, execute the payment bond remedy to a succesful conclusion.
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