Our Illinois mechanics lien attorneys will protect and enforce your lien rights. We take pride in exceeding our construction clients' expectations.
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Kevin O'Flaherty oversees all legal matters and is actively involved in making sure every client's case, big or small, is handled with excellence and attention to detail. He is available to contact through phone and email and his rates are available upon request.
In this article, our Illinois mechanics liens lawyers explain how to enforce a mechanics lien in Illinois.
We carefully explain the difference between mechanics liens on private and public projects. We also explain the differences between subcontractor and general contractor mechanics liens. Next, we explain how you go about meeting the claim filing, notice, and enforcement deadlines you need for your mechanics lien. Finally, our Illinois mechanics lien attorneys explain the requirement that the general contractor has a written or oral contract with the owner as well as how mechanics liens are prioritized against mortgages and other mechanics liens.
In this article, our Illinois mechanics lien lawyers explain everything you know about how to avoid committing home repair fraud. We explain the requirement that contractors repairing or remodeling a home provide the homeowner with a consumer rights brochure as well as guidelines for the content of the consumer rights brochure. Our Illinois mechanics lien lawyers also discuss the requirement of a contract for home repair or remodeling as well as the homeowner's right to cancel a contract for home repair or remodeling within 3 days of signing, even if the contractor begins work.