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Construction Lien Collections

Call: 212-967-5242<br > Fax: 212-967-5292<br > Email: Samuel Dan


Consultants to Collections

Litigating a construction claim, foreclosing on a property to satisfy a Mechanic's Lien, or defending against a lien foreclosure action could take several years - and might cost tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees. Collection agencies are not equipped to recover debt specifically related to the provision of construction-related services, and as a result, they cannot effectively or efficiently resolve construction-related disputes.

Aternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) differs from other traditional methods of dispute resolution between parties; the ultimate goal of ADR is to quickly settle disputes for the lowest possible resolution cost, while simultaneously avoiding litigation or the employment of collection agencies.

Construction Lien Collections employs a proprietary ADR resolution methodology to mediate disputes between parties. This process may include facilitating conferences, meetings, and project site visitations, as well as the use of our in-house attorney, private investigators or delay claim specialists. The bottom line is that Construction Lien Collections can resolve construction-related disputes better, faster, and at a substantially lower cost compared to attorneys or collection agents

We fully investigate all facets of your claim and explore every angle to recover your funds. Typical problems include funding issues by the party financing the project, diversion of funds, performance issues, Delay Claims, and bankruptcy. Where necessary, we use third parties to gather information to support your claim and provide documentation to strengthen your case. We go the "extra step" to get you the full amount due you.

We do much more than an attorney at a price typically less than half of what they would charge. Not only do we do more, our cases are resolved in a fraction of the time if litigation is involved.

A collection agency does nothing but contact your debtor requesting payment. This is usually ineffective.