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Nathanson & Goldberg: Experienced Mechanic's Liens & Commercial Collections Attorneys in Boston

Are you a construction contractor or subcontractor who has not been paid for work you performed on a private project?

For 30 years, the attorneys of Nathanson & Goldberg have protected the rights of contractors seeking payment of claims for private construction projects and payment bond claims issued by sureties or insurance companies. The firm represents parties seeking mechanic's liens as well as those pursuing construction litigation.

If you have not been compensated for work on a construction project in Massachusetts, Nathanson & Goldberg wants to hear from you. The firm can help resolve disputes over construction claims and collection in the public sector as well.

Nathanson & Goldberg attorneys have been dedicated to providing quality legal services for your civil, commercial and construction law issues since 1979. Contact them at 617-210-4800 to schedule your initial consultation.

Strategic Approaches to Construction Law Issues

Nathanson & Goldberg works hard for creative solutions to your mechanic's liens and commercial collections legal issues through:

  • Alternative dispute resolution
  • Negotiation
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Litigation

The firm's team of skilled construction lawyers can also serve with approaches to avoid litigation - efficient alternatives to costly, lengthy courtroom procedures. You will appreciate the sound strategies and keen client commitment you receive.

Contact Nathanson & Goldberg to Arrange Your Initial Consultation

You can speak to an experienced mechanic's lien and construction litigation lawyer at 617-210-4800. You can contact us by e-mail as well.

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Two Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02110
Phone 617.210.4800 Fax 617.210.4824
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