Get Compensated for Your Labor

Get Compensated for Your Labor

Talk to an attorney in Greenville, SC about mechanics' liens

Did you remodel or repair property for a client who hasn't paid? Did you provide materials for the improvement of real estate? If you haven't been compensated for your labor or materials you may be able to enforce a mechanic's lien. A mechanic's lien is a lien interest in a real estate title that is created by a contractor, subcontractor or supplier who has supplied labor to improve the property.

Craig H. Allen, P.A. assists with the filing and enforcing of mechanics' liens and construction liens in Greenville, SC. He can help you stand up for your rights and unpaid debt the collateral you deserve. Contact Mr. Allen today to learn more.

situations that qualify for mechanics' liens

It's important to know your rights as a supplier or contractor if you're not fairly compensated. You could file a mechanic's or construction lien if you:

  1. Supplied construction materials to a project and were not paid for them
  2. Provided labor for the improvement of real estate and were not paid for your labor


These are just a few examples in which you would qualify for a lien.There are particular requirements to protect your lien rights. When you meet with Mr. Allen, he'll review the details of your case and help you determine the best course of action. If you have questions about construction liens or mechanics' liens, make an appointment with him today. Mr. Allen represents contractors and suppliers throughout Greenville, SC.