Construction projects involve significant risk for all parties involved, and construction liens and bonds can be effective tools for mitigating the risks. Liens and bonds are also a very specified area of construction law involving deadlines and various legal requirements.
If you need guidance and representation in a construction lien or bond claim, we have the knowledge, experience and resources to protect your investment every step of the way. Our office is located in downtown Sarasota, and we advise and represent construction industry professionals throughout Sarasota and Manatee counties.
Contact a Florida construction lien attorney at Michael L. Morgan Law Group. Call (941) 218-8220 or complete our contact form to schedule a consultation today.
Our Construction Lien Services
We take a comprehensive approach to preventing construction disputes and resolving them in a cost-effective manner when they do arise. Let us advise and represent you on the best path forward regarding any of the following:
- Expediting liens for material costs and the value of all work performed
- Enforcing construction liens
- Negotiation, arbitration, mediation or litigation with regard to construction liens
- Obtaining surety bonds and holding bond companies accountable
- Seeking monetary compensation through foreclosure or judicial sale
We also prepare construction lien and bond documents, including:
- Notice to Owner
- Claim of Lien
- Contractor's Final Payment Affidavit
- Notice of Contest of Lien
- Notice to Contractor
- Notice of Non-Payment
- Miller Act Notice
- Request for Sworn Statement of Account
We Will Fight for You
Attorney Michael L. Morgan is an accomplished trial lawyer who will not hesitate to take your case to court if that is the best way to protect your interests. Making your case trial-ready helps to ensure a favorable outcome for you. Whether you are a materials supplier, contractor, subcontractor, engineer or architect, you can rest assured that we will make your case ready for court in the event that the other party refuses to cooperate and if going to court is the best way to achieve your goals.
Contact a Florida Mechanic's Lien Lawyer
If you are involved in a construction contract dispute or need legal guidance regarding a construction lien, contact us today by calling (941) 218-8220. Our firm proudly represents construction industry professionals throughout southwestern Florida.