Kansas City Mechanic's Liens Lawyers

Mechanic's liens are critical legal tools for those who earn their living in the construction industry. Despite their name, anyone in the construction industry can pursue a mechanic's lien, including contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and laborers. The purpose of the lien is to secure payment for the work you have performed. If you are not paid, you can enforce the lien in court, foreclosing on the property and selling it to obtain compensation for your labor.

While the concept of a lien is fairly straightforward, the procedural considerations involved in properly filing and foreclosing on a lien are complex. You must adhere to strict legal requirements to successfully enforce the lien. Strict deadlines and notice requirements also apply.

Don't Lose Out On Your Right To Get Paid

Mechanic's liens are intended to protect your livelihood. However, if you fail to properly file the lien, its protections are worthless.

Given the legal complexities involved in pursuing mechanic's liens, it is well worth the investment to seek qualified guidance from a construction law attorney. At Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC, in Kansas City, our attorneys handle mechanic's liens for contractors, subcontractors, laborers, suppliers and others in the construction industry.

Backed by more than a decade of combined experience in construction law, our lawyers understand the practical and economic considerations that factor into pursuing mechanic's liens.

We also understand our clients' business needs. As a former contractor himself, attorney Chris Troppito has faced many of the same hurdles our clients encounter. Both of our construction attorneys have extensive experience and industry insight.

Extensive Experience Successfully Handling Mechanic's Liens In Missouri And Kansas

The legal requirements for filing mechanic's liens vary depending on the type of property - whether residential or commercial. Each state has differing requirements.

At Troppito Miller Griffin, our attorneys are licensed in both Missouri and Kansas, and we have extensive experience handling mechanic's liens in both states. We have successfully represented construction businesses - both large and small - in protecting their rights to get paid for the work they performed.

We provide quality, cost-effective guidance. Our attorneys understand how to pursue mechanic's liens as swiftly and efficiently as possible to protect our clients' bottom lines.

Contact Us Today: 866-578-5199

Don't jeopardize your rights by waiting too long. For experienced legal guidance in construction liens, contact us today. Our office is conveniently located in the River Market building in Kansas City.