Subcontractors play a special role in the performance of a contract for services. They have a responsibility to their own customer, the general contractor, but also have an indirect responsibility to the general contractor’s end customer. Ensuring protection of the subcontractor’s right to payment can be nuanced and complicated. The attorneys at Burns, Cunningham, & Mackey, P.C., stand ready to ensure that you attain payment from the general contractor or owner.

The law of Alabama provides protections and remedies for subcontractors.  Whether the issue relates to the right to payment or your rights as a subcontractor to suspend work or any other issue, our team will explain how the law to your specific set of facts.  Our legal team at Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., has the expertise and experience to effectively advocate on your behalf. To get reliable advice from trusted, seasoned Mobile subcontractor claim for payment attorneys, call us at 800-574-4332 to discuss your situation.

What Is a Subcontractor Claim for Payment?

The obligation to pay and the timing of that payment varies depending on the specific facts and circumstances of the case. These claims for payment not only involve receipt of payment per the contract terms, but also other remedies the subcontractor may have.  For instance, there are certain instances where the subcontractor may suspend its work. Alternatively, the contractor may fire the subcontractor. You need good legal advice in these situations, as the consequences can be huge. In the case where a subcontractor’s payment has been delayed, the party responsible for paying may be required to pay you, in addition to the principal due, interest at the rate of 12% and attorneys’ fees.

What Will an Alabama Subcontractor Claim for Payment Lawyer Provide?

Engaging the right team of attorneys to manage your case is paramount to maximizing your success.  The team of attorneys at Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., are the seasoned veterans you need. Call us and speak with a Mobile subcontractor claim for payment attorney to discuss your situation.  We do not charge a fee to evaluate your case.


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