Are you Eligible for a State Health Employee Lien?
How do you know if you are eligible to create liens? What are liens in the first place? Liens are constructed everyday, whether they are against vehicle, paycheck or real property. In general, a lien is a legalized form of selling or withholding collateral depending on the debtor’s decision to meet the loan contract. In a good situation, the owner pays off the debt before the other party can claim ownership of the property. This is known as a State Health Employee Lien.
Only certain groups are able to create liens, these people include:
- Personal Injury Awards: If an injured individual fails to pay back those who provided medical treatment, a lien will most likely be created against that party in order to receive payment.
- Unpaid Child Support: Individuals who have not paid their child support loans will most likely have liens placed against their wages or personal property.
- Mechanics, Laborers and Material Suppliers: To guarantee compensation for their services, these people may produce a lien to be rightfully paid for their work.
- Wage Earners: A lien on property or financial assets may be placed if workers have not been paid for work completed.
If you meet any of these qualifications, an experienced attorney from Hardison Wood will take care of your case. If Hardison Wood represents you, we can either have a lien removed or placed. Talk to us about your situation, we’re here to support you.
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