Owed money in Wyoming? I can help. As a construction lawyer with over 20 years’ experience, I am familiar with the legal tools for getting you paid: contract, lien, and payment bond claims. Using these tools, I have successfully collected millions of dollars for contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers. See Representative Cases.

Your contract can be an effective collection tool, if it contains key payment provisions, and excludes others. And lien and bond claims can open up more avenues for payment, if you send the necessary notices and file certain documents (I have included forms for your convenience) in compliance with Wyoming law within the applicable statutory deadlines.

Does this sound complicated and complex? It is. That’s why I’m here to help. I created this website to educate you on the basics of what you must do to create a strong contract and preserve your lien and bond claim rights for payment. By doing these things, you can “unlock” the toolbox, if you will, to make the legal tools available for me to successfully collect your money to get you paid. 

The right tools for the job will depend on whether your project is private (construction and/or oil, gas, or mining) or public (state and local or federal). From the dropdown menu above, you may select your project type to learn more about how to unlock the tools for getting you paid.   

My business is getting you paid. I look forward to hearing from you and working together to collect your money.

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We supplied equipment for a project in Wyoming. Our customer defaulted. Jason was able to negotiate a favorable settlement with the project owner through the threat of lien and bond claims. We appreciate his responsiveness and professionalism. We would not hesitate to reach out to Jason for a similar type matter in the future.” — Hanes Supply Inc., William Hanes, President

[Disclaimer: I am providing the information on this website for educational purposes only, not as legal advice. And I don’t represent you until we have a signed engagement letter in place.]