Payment Bond Dispute Lawsuits
Rhine Law Firm, P.C., is committed to helping contractors and subcontractors in all construction payment and performance bond matters. Whether you are currently involved in a dispute regarding payment for your service, or you are dealing with other matters involving noncompliance with the terms of a construction agreement, we will vigorously work to protect your best interests.
Protecting Your Best Interests in Your Performance and Payment Bond Disputes
In a large percentage of North Carolina construction projects, contractors and subcontractors are required to provide performance and payment bonds that ensure all work will be performed and completed according to certain terms. The bonds serve as legal agreements that the contractors will make sure suppliers and subcontractors will be paid for services and goods.
Over the years, managing partner Joel Rhine and our team of payment bond dispute lawyers have successfully assisted contractors and subcontractors when parties have failed to make full payment or completely perform according to contract. We have handled federal and state Miller Act cases for contractors and subcontractors working government contracts.
When you consult Rhine Law Firm, P.C., one of our attorneys will work with you to learn about your dispute and explain to you the best legal steps to take to protect your rights and resolve your issues. Depending on the project, we will file a notice of lien or notice of nonpayment to the bond company, or file a complaint to seek and enforce payment.
Experienced and aggressive litigators, our lawyers also understand the power of skillful negotiation. We are determined to take every necessary legal step to make the contractor or bond company pay what is owed on the contract.
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