As a subcontractor, you and your employees are usually responsible for the main construction phase on commercial, industrial, and residential sites. You work hard and efficiently to get the job done right, but unfortunately, subcontractors often face problems when trying to obtain payment for the work they have completed. This can also mean problems with payment owed to your material and equipment suppliers.
Are you tired of General Contractors acting illegally? As a subcontractor in the construction industry, unexpected legal obstacles can threaten your livelihood. Our experienced attorneys at Millin & Millin can provide the legal support you need to enforce your rights as a business owner and protect your ability to get paid for the work you have performed.
Millin & Millin is here when you need us most.
Our attorneys have the experience, legal understanding, and credentials to help you resolve your construction law issues. We have earned a reputation for professionalism, honesty, and diligence over the past 15 years because of our ability to provide personalized attention to all of our clients in South Texas and the McAllen metro area.
Not only do we focus on getting you the financial outcome you deserve, but we also make sure we’re available to you throughout the process to answer any and all of your questions and to address your concerns.
Millin & Millin is able to represent construction subcontractors in a full range of issues, including, but not limited to:
- Bidding disputes
- Contract negotiation
- Project disputes
- Construction defect claims
- Payment disputes
- Mechanics’ liens
- Stop notices
- Change orders
- Bonds claims and more
Ultimately, our goal is to provide unsurpassed legal counseling on matters that can jeopardize your ability to get paid.
Advocating for subcontractors in South Texas.
At Millin & Millin we begin the process to collect your unpaid dues immediately. We follow the proper procedures, including filing a mechanic’s lien, and also pursue claims for other costs such as attorney’s fees when possible.
We understand that the construction industry is built on relationships between General Contractors and Subcontractors and that issues can arise in those relationships. But that doesn’t mean that your financial well-being should be compromised—especially when you hold up your end of the contract.
Our expert law team has handled a broad scope of issues related to construction law and we are absolutely prepared to adequately handle your situation.
At Millin & Millin, our goal is your success. Call us today to get the help you need and the quality legal expertise you deserve.