Written by attorney Martin James Murphy

Unpaid for Completed Work? Do Something About it

A subcontractor in a construction project is often left out to dry for the hard work they have done due to no fault of their own. In this guide, I am going to discuss what to do when you or your business has been hired to subcontract construction work, but goes unpaid when your work is finished.

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Please contact us for a free consultation to discuss your best plan of action in getting the money you are due. Law Offices of James W. Murphy – PO Box 1327, Sherborn, MA – (508) 653-7162 – [email protected]

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