Inland Empire Construction Attorneys Help Resolve Mechanic’s Liens, Stop Notices, and Payment Bond Claims So You Can Get the Job Done Right and Get Paid for Your Work

Many times contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and business owners need legal representation to enforce mechanic’s liens, stop notices, payment bond claims, collection claims, or even contractor license bond claims. Others—including property owners, developers, and contractors—regularly need to defend improper claims for breaches of contracts, collections, labor claims, and delay damage claims.

Regardless of what side of a construction litigation claim you are on, contractors, subcontractors, owners, material suppliers, and developers need quality legal advice and representation by attorneys who know the California law in this technical field and that have the ability to perform the work for a reasonable fee. At David H. Ricks & Associates, we pride ourselves in knowing the law in the construction field and the fact that we can perform the required work in a manner that meets most reasonable budgets.

The Issues We Handle

Our goal is always to resolve a legal dispute to your satisfaction with the minimum amount of fuss.

If you are a contractor, subcontractor, material supplier, owner or developer and you have the challenge of dealing with litigation involving the construction field, allow David H. Ricks & Associates to assist you in handling your claim. Our services include—but are not limited to—the following:

Many of these construction-related problems can be resolved without litigation if timely action is taken. However, so often contractors wait too long to enforce their rights in an effort to accommodate certain demands placed upon them or on their time. When they finally realize they are not getting paid, the time has passed to exercise their rights through the use of a mechanic’s lien, stop notice or a bond claim. These time periods are often very short and vary in length.

It’s All About Your Rights…and Your Money

It is critical to know how to enforce your rights long before you need a construction litigation attorney. By meeting the Rancho Cucamonga attorneys of David H. Ricks & Associates, you can develop a working relationship that allows you access to attorneys who can answer your questions quickly, and often for little money. This relationship can help you avoid critical mistakes in missing time limits and deadlines for filing mechanic’s liens, stop notices, or complaints for the foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien.

California contractors, subcontractors, and developers have come to know that litigation often comes with construction. Nearly every large project has a team of lawyers working on dealing with some form of construction litigation, breach of contract, or construction defect claim while work is underway or after the work is completed. This reality has become extremely expensive for most contractors.

However, quality legal representation does not always come with a big price tag. You work to be efficient to keep your costs down; so does David H. Ricks & Associates. We know who we work for and we know you cannot make a profit when you are spending all your money on lawyers. Beyond efficiency, our trial and litigation experience will give you an advantage in resolving your dispute or getting you a quality outcome.

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If you are facing a construction litigation matter of any kind or just want a dedicated lawyer on your side ready to help when necessary, call us today at 909-481-5856 for a prompt consultation and evaluation of your case or of your legal needs. If you retain us and we accept your case, we will advise you of your legal options, give you a reasonable fee schedule, and begin our work on your behalf. We believe our value and ethics are what set us apart. You may also contact us by e-mail at davidr@ricksassociates.com (put “Request for Legal Representation” in the subject line), or you can submit your case online from this website.

If you are a contractor, subcontractor, material supplier, property owner or developer needing a construction litigation attorney in the Inland Empire, including San Dimas, Glendora, Claremont, Pomona, Chino, Chino Hills, Ontario, Upland, Diamond Bar, Corona, Norco, Mira Loma, Rancho Cucamonga, Alta Loma, Etiwanda, Fontana, Rialto, Bloomington, Highland, Colton, San Bernardino, Grand Terrace, Redlands, Loma Linda, Yucaipa, Riverside, Apple Valley, Victorville, Hesperia, Big Bear, Lake Arrowhead, Crestline, Blue Jay, Mt. Baldy, Wrightwood, or any place in between, a trial lawyer from David H. Ricks & Associates is a good person to have on your side.

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