Construction Lawyer, Anna Carno, reveals three-step contractor debt recovery process to help contractors get paid in Laguna Hills, CA

Anna Carno has just announced 3 essential steps she is using to help unpaid contractors get the money they deserve without over paying on legal fees. For more information visit http://www.CarnoConstructionLaw.com

Laguna Hills, CA, United States - December 7, 2017 /MM-REB/ —

Construction lawyer Anna Carno at Carno Law Group in Laguna Hills, California, has just revealed the steps involved in helping contractors receive compensation for their work.

For more information, visit http://www.CarnoConstructionLaw.com

With more than 25 years of experience in construction law, one of the biggest problems Carno sees among her clients is that they are often not compensated for their work.

Carno uses her expertise and knowledge in navigating the legal landscape in the construction industry to ensure a quick and positive resolution for her clients.

1.) Enforce Payment Rights under California Law

One of the most crucial aspects that Carno brings to the table is a detailed understanding of California law.

When asked to elaborate, she explained, “A lot of my clients are unaware of laws in the state of California that were enacted specifically to protect contractors and the construction industry, particularly when it comes to payment rights and late payments.”

In other words, Carno said, the construction industry has certain protections under the law that are not provided to other industries.

“These protections include enforcement vehicles for collecting payment which include things like a mechanic’s lien, filing the stop motion, and asserting claims against a payment bond,” she said.

2.) Enforce Payment Provisions of Their Contract

To ensure that the client’s contract is honored Carno files a lawsuit after recording a mechanic’s lien, both of which she says are time sensitive.

The key here is time.

“It’s important for my clients to know that there is a time limit when it comes to recording a lien, and they must file a lawsuit within 90 days of issuing said lien,” Carno explained.

3.) Payment Collection and Legal Fees

One of the things that Carno mentions is a problem in the process of getting unpaid contracts settled is the fact that many potential clients don’t seek her help due to concerns over legal fees.

When asked to comment Ms. Carno said, “Due to my specific focus on this area of law, after filing a lawsuit, the last phase of collecting the payment owed can often be expedited through either a quick settlement or litigation.”

“The reason for this is due to my knowledge of various statutes that pertain specifically to collection efforts, my clients can expect reduced legal fees. In other words they can rest assured that their cases will be handled efficiently and economically,” she said.

For more information please visit http://www.CarnoConstructionLaw.com

Contact Info:
Name: Anna Carno
Organization: Carno Law Group
Address: 24031 El Toro Rd #210, Laguna Hills, CA 92653, US
Phone: 949-540-0320

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For more information, please visit http://www.CarnoConstructionLaw.com

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