CONSTRUCTION LAW / MECHANIC’S AND MATERIALMEN’S LIENS

The Gerber Law Firm,  represents commercial and residential builders, owners, homeowners, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers involved in construction transactions and litigation. Whether helping resolve a construction dispute between a homeowner and a builder or between a commercial contractor and a subcontractor or owner, The Gerber Law Firm works to efficiently and effectively accomplish its clients’ goals.

 

While the cost and complexity of construction contracting has increased dramatically over the past several years, The Gerber Law Firm knows certain issues, specifically; a party not getting paid arises again and again in the construction industry often leading to disputes between parties involved in a project. Based on years of first-hand experience and industry knowhow, The Gerber Law Firm knows how for many construction clients, the inability to collect from contracts is of the utmost importance to their company’s bottom line.

 

The Gerber Law Firm works with its clients regarding the procedures and available remedies for proper payment to contractors; the responsibilities to subcontractors and suppliers; the impact of payment and performance bonds; and, the consequence of contractor liens. Additionally, in Texas, the Construction Liens statutes are extremely detailed and very difficult to maneuver around.

 

The Gerber Law Firm understands this and provides its clients with personal attention in explaining their options and the intricacies of filing a proper lien under either the Mechanic’s and Materialmen’s Lien statutes, ensuring their construction clients’ interests are protected by properly filing any and all necessary liens.

 

Additionally, The Gerber Law Firm knows that sometimes despite the best intentions of parties to a construction contract, litigation is unavoidable. When this is the case, The Gerber Law Firm vigorously battles to protect and assert its client’s interests. The Gerber Law Firm routinely assists our clients in the following areas regarding Construction Law and Mechanic’s and Materialmen’s Lien:

 

  • Advice about Mechanic’s and Materialmen’s lien rights and remedies

  • Breach of Construction Contract

  • Collecting monies owed to general contractors and subcontractors

  • Evaluating and defending against Mechanic’s and Materialmen’s liens and bond claims filed by others

  • Mechanic’s and Materialmen Lien Enforcement

  • Mechanic’s and Materialmen Lien Removal

  • Negotiating with general contractors, owners, sureties, subcontractors, and suppliers

  • Preparing Mechanic’s and Materialmen’s liens and bond claims

  • Resolving disputes through negotiation, mediation, arbitration or litigation

 

The Gerber Law Firm provides an upfront no-nonsense assessment of a client’s case, and works with individuals and businesses to obtain the best end result in light of the facts, the law, and the client’s stated objectives. By maintaining this focus, The Gerber Law Firm provides its clients with efficient and effective legal representation. When the construction matter you or your business is facing is important, make sure you have an experienced construction litigation lawyer who has the time to discuss your situation with you, explain your options, and represent you. When it matters most, contact The Gerber Law Firm.

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