Notice Insufficient to State Miller Act Claim

Are you a subcontractor trying to get paid on a federal government project? You may or may not be aware that there is a bond that insures payment even if the party you contracted with evades payment or has no funds with which to make payment. In order to get paid for your work, however, you may have a limited amount of time within which to send a required notice. The information in this notice and the way it is transmitted are important. James Bredar, a Maryland District Court Judge, emphasized in his recent ruling in the case of Trustees of Heating, Piping and Refrigeration Pension Fund v. Milestone Const. Services, Inc. that the formal requirements for this notice must be met. Wampler & Souder, LLC can assist you in protecting your right to this bond and insure that Miller Act requirements are met. 

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