Sometimes, federal contracting officers make mistakes. So do lower court judges. All too often, construction contractors and sureties accept the contracting officer’s or lower court’s decisions without realizing they have another option.

The federal appeal process, and specifically the Federal Miller Act, is designed to give you another chance to present your case before a higher court and to show that the decision made by either an agency official or a lower court judge was erroneous.

If your construction project is owned by the federal government and you find yourself in this situation, call KMK at (414) 962-5110. We have recovered millions of dollars by successfully utilizing the federal appeal process to obtain payment of our construction clients’ receivables due on federally owned construction projects. Furthermore, if litigation becomes necessary, our firm has extensive experience in both state and federal courts to uphold and enforce payment bond claims.

Let us put our global reputation for success and rich tradition of results to work for you.

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David M. Henry