Skilled Legal Assistance With Mechanic’s Liens
Mechanic’s liens, sometimes called construction liens and contractor liens, provide a way for contractors to get paid on construction projects when something goes wrong with the process. If a party working on the project has not been paid, he or she can file a mechanic’s lien against the property.
At Wright & Greenhill, P.C., in Austin, we represent construction contractors and property owners with construction lien disputes in Texas. Our attorneys have the construction law experience to handle complex matters such as mechanic’s liens. If you have a legal problem with any type of construction law matter, please contact us and arrange a consultation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys.
Get Paid The Money You Are Owed
All types of workers — general contractors, subcontractors, engineers, material providers, manufacturers, distributors, laborers, architects and other parties — may have lien rights on the property involved in a project. Any of these parties may bring a claim against another party.
You may bring a claim or mechanic’s lien for construction issues that include:
- Poor workmanship
Construction liens have very complex filing requirements. If they are not handled correctly, the process can be delayed or you may lose your opportunity to collect the payment you are owed.
Our lawyers have the experience to pursue or contest construction lien actions while meeting the deadlines and complying with all of the regulations.