Klein Trial Lawyers to Accept Certain Subcontractor Cases on Contingency Fee Basis

Klein Trial Lawyers announces it is taking cases involving nonpayment of subcontractor public works contracts on contingency basis for attorney fees.

Online PR News – 02-September-2015 – Los Angeles, California – Klein Trial Lawyers is happy to announce it is now taking cases involving nonpayment of subcontractor public works contracts on contingency fee basis for attorney fees. The cases where the firm would consider this arrangement is when subcontractors who have worked on public construction projects were not paid and must sue the surety company that has a contractor bond for lost wages. This means the subcontractors would not need to put any money up front for attorney fees in these types of cases.

When asked about this opportunity for subcontractors to have a contingency fee-based wage lawsuit, Robert Klein responded, “Most business litigation or breach of contract cases require the client to pay a retainer up front and pay each month to the lawyer who bills by the hour. However, public works cases for subcontractors are different. For example, public construction projects with costs exceeding $150,000 require contractors to post surety bonds. Surety bonds require contracting teams to work exactly in accordance with terms stipulated on labor contracts. When contractors fail to pay subcontractors who have worked on these public projects, a breach of contract has occurred and the people owed money may have the option to sue the posted surety bond directly for the back wages owed to them under contract.”

Robert Klein, the principle attorney and founder of Klein Trial Lawyers, has been an attorney in Los Angeles since 1987. As an experienced business litigator, Mr. Klein finds solutions for companies battling trademark infringement, intellectual property litigation and breach of contract disputes. In addition to being a lawyer, Klein has a CPA and an extensive history working on complex cases involving high-end financials and tax issues. Klein Trial Lawyers was featured in the magazine Hollywood Weekly, calling Robert Klein “a jury’s dream Attorney because he is a natural storyteller.”

Klein Trial Lawyers is located at 8383 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 510 in Beverly Hills, California. To reach Robert Klein, call 323-653-3900 extension 110 or use our confidential online form to discuss the details of your case at http://www.kleinlitigation.com/contact.html.