Non Payment from Contractor on AT&T Project

I'm a subcontractor that has completed work on 43 sites in Texas and signed a lien release form from the contractor. The project was in contract for a net 30 terms. It has now been 245 days and have only received about 20% of payment and cannot get the contractor to pay the rest. I have contacted the turf vendor, but still they have not had any success on getting this completed. Question is with signing the lien release, is there any other options I have to collect payment or to speed this process up? The contractor is also out of Texas and the remaining balance is over there small claims court limit.

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May 26, 2017
Call an attorney
by: Stephen

Sorry can't help you with that. Sounds like they need some sugar in their gas tank.

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