Schedule delays almost always lead to payment delays, and the Coronavirus has created a literal tsunami of construction project delays, across the country.  If you are experiencing delays due to coronavirus, you should be filing mechanic liens on every active project. Right. Now.

Coronavirus delays could sink contractors financially

A mechanics lien is the best protection against late or non payment in these confusing COVID times. Many contractors and suppliers are effectively shut down or severely limited, due to the stay-at-home orders, and social distancing guidelines on the job site. Idle crews in March and April means substantial cash-flow problems for contractors in May, June, and well into July.

Project delays are not uncommon in the construction industry. Most of the time they are due to minor scheduling conflicts, logistical issues, or weather delays. These types of project delays are short term by nature, and usually only last a few days to a couple of weeks.  These types of project delays can usually be addressed and resolved with a simple change order, or contract amendment.

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Don’t wait and hope that you’ll get paid when this all blows over. Get to the front of the line. For a limited time, file a mechanics lien online for just $199.
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