What Happens After I Send My Bond Claim? How Do I Get Paid?

What Happens After I Send My Bond Claim? How Do I Get Paid?

What happens after you send your Notice of Nonpayment? What steps can you take to increase the likelihood and reduce the time it takes to get paid. Make sure to follow us on our dedicated construction site as well as our podcast, YouTube videos and social media including Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Get a jump on your competition. Alexander Barthet is a board certified construction …

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Don’t Sign a Release Unless it Says this 1 Thing.

Don’t Sign a Release Unless it Says this 1 Thing.

Many folks don’t understand how important it is and why legally it is essential that you read and understand what your lien release says. We’re going to discuss some very specific things you can do to increase your chances of protecting yourself when you exchange your release for payment. Make sure to follow us on …

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How to Deal With Bad Checks & Credit Card Chargebacks

How to Deal With Bad Checks & Credit Card Chargebacks

Every service industry has to deal with potential bad checks and credit card chargebacks from time to time, but how you handle it can have a huge impact on your bottom line. On this podcast, board certified construction lawyer Alex Barthet will cover the general contractor’s best practices for dealing with bad checks and credit …

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What to Highlight in Your Next Bid to Get that Job (its Not What You Think).

What to Highlight in Your Next Bid to Get that Job (its Not What You Think).

In construction, there are many factors that go into making a bid on a project. Materials, proposed timelines cost, and more. In this episode, we are joined by Adam Mopsick, CEO of Amicon to explain the best practices when you are bidding on construction projects. About Amicon: Founded in 1996 by Adam Mopsick and Ross …

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How to Make Pay-When-Paid NOT SUCK!

How to Make Pay-When-Paid NOT SUCK!

Pay-When-Paid provisions are a big problem for all subcontractors and suppliers – those pay-when-paid provisions stating that payment won’t be due until and unless it is first paid by the owner. This shifting of the risk of non-payment from a general contractor to its subs and material suppliers has found its way into most every …

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Can I still lien a property without a signed contract?

Can I still lien a property without a signed contract?

Liens are valuable tools that are actually triggered by the type of work done  not the language in any agreement. Make sure to follow us on our dedicated construction site as well as our podcast, YouTube videos and social media including Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Get a jump on your competition. Alexander Barthet is a …

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Understanding Your Insurance Coverage

Understanding Your Insurance Coverage

Imagine you are a contractor. You are working on a home for a client. You are working hard to finish the job on time. Your client is happy with the work that you have done. However, as you start to clean up your workspace you find a note saying the client wants you to pay …

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