Collections for Chicago Contractor & Sub-Contractors
You did the work—We can help you collect the money you are owed.
Far too often a construction contractor or sub-contractor is left holding unpaid invoices and bills for completed commercial or residential work. The Chicago area law offices of Barry A. Springer, P.C. work tirelessly and efficiently to help all types of contractors collect on unpaid bills and money judgments.
For 35 years, attorney Barry Springer has helped Illinois contractors and construction firms of all sizes and specialties with the collection of their outstanding receivables, including unpaid debts and money judgments. Mr. Springer provides a broad range of collection and debt recovery functions and assists clients with the collection of outstanding receivables through litigation and judgment.
Contact us for authoritative and efficient collection of delinquent debts, including:
- Invoices & Receivables
- Judgment Recovery
- Breach of Contract Actions
- Bad Checks / Bounced Checks
- Unpaid Construction Loans
On most occasions, credit and billing cycles work effectively. However, there are occasions when, for a variety of reasons, your once-valued customer or client suddenly turns into a past-due debtor. When that happens, one of the most important decisions a business is selecting a debt collection attorney who will work vigorously to protect their legal rights. Contact the knowledgable, experienced law firm of Barry A. Springer, P.C. Swift and effective action is critical.
The Illinois Mechanic's Lien is a powerful collection tool available to the construction industry, including general contractors, subcontractors, and other material suppliers who provide labor or materials for the construction of private projects. Once a lien is properly prepared and recorded, the delinquent commercial or residential property owner is prohibited from selling, refinancing, or converting their mortgage without paying the lien claimant, which is you. You have lien rights if your claim is timely and correctly filed.
The Illinois Mechanic's Lien Act is specific about under what circumstances liens can be used, by whom, and in what time period. To be sure that your lien is legally enforceable, you should consult an Illinois attorney experienced navigating the intricacies and requirements of the Mechanic's Lien Act. Firm principal Barry A. Springer offers 35 years of experience in contract and collections law and can help you file an enforceable lien.