Stop Claim/ Construction Bond
California Stop Notice/Construction Bond Attorney
If you provide labor, services, equipment or materials to a California public works construction project and are not fully paid, you can file a lawsuit against the contractor/entity who failed to pay you. California law provides means of obtaining a secure position, by way of serving a Preliminary 20-day Notice and then a Stop Notice that result in your business having a lien against the undisbursed construction funds in the possession the public entity. You may also concurrently file a claim against the payment bond that the public entity requires the General Contractor to procure as a condition for the project being awarded to the GC.
With 28 years of experience, our legal team can help you enforce your rights in Stop Notice/ Construction Bond cases and receive the compensation you deserve. We take the time to get to know you, the nature of your businesses and your risks/rewards preferences to ensure that you achieve your goals in the most efficient manner. In most cases, we also get you reimbursed for the attorneys’ fees and costs you had to expend to enforce your rights.
In disputes surrounding the procedures and enforceability of stop notices and construction bonds, trust the experience and dedication of Attorney Nina Brahman to protect your interests. To discuss your construction bond rights, obligations or options with an experienced lawyer, call or contact us in Woodland Hills, California, to schedule a free initial consultation.
Nina P. Brahman
Experienced Trial Attorney
For more than 28 years, Attorney Nina Brahman has dedicated her efforts to providing competent representation and affordable legal advice to individuals and small businesses throughout Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura counties in Southern California.
Ms. Brahman’s greatest assets are her sincere care for her clients, her extensive courtroom experience and her dedication to achieve the best possible results in their legal cases.
Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, South Bay, Orange, Ventura, Riverside and All California Counties.