Filing Mechanics’ and Construction Liens on Behalf of Contractors and Subcontractors

Ensuring payment for construction workers throughout Western Pennsylvania

A mechanics’ lien is an effective, albeit it complicated, remedy for suppliers, contractors, and subcontractors who have not received payment for their materials or their labor. At Strassburger McKenna Gutnick & Gefsky, our construction attorneys proudly represent workers and suppliers who deserve their pay after making good on their promise of supplies or labor. We also help business and property owners who are facing mechanics’ or constructions liens against their property. Because we assist clients on both sides of the process, we have developed a deep-rooted knowledge about the regulations surrounding these liens, enabling us to draft stronger documents and build stronger strategies for clients.

Serving those who work

As part of its mechanics’ liens practice, SMGG has worked with:

  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Builders
  • Designers
  • Sub-contractors
  • Material suppliers
  • Machinery and equipment suppliers
  • Repairmen and repairwomen
  • Owners

As a general rule, mechanics’ lien claims must be filed within six months of the completed work. SMGG attorneys work quickly to ensure that our clients don’t miss the window for filing, and help owners avail themselves of the defense of untimeliness.

Additional services

SMGG has extensive experience in all aspects of construction liens, including:

  • Preparing or removing liens
  • Transfer bonds
  • Bonding issues
  • Fraudulent liens
  • Notices to owners
  • Federal Miller Act

Trust Strassburger McKenna Gutnick & Gefsky for issues surrounding construction liens

Our construction law attorneys have combined an in-depth knowledge of the region’s construction laws with a dedication to providing high quality customer service. Please contact David A. Strassburger at dstrassburger@smgglaw.com if you have questions or concerns regarding mechanics’ liens.