Over the Fall and Winter of 2017, personnel from our company has been to the customer's house to (1) meet Allstate adjusters to negotiate a more lucrative claim settlement for the insured (2) met with different subcontractors to establish an accurate scope of work for the multiple trades within the claim (3) accompanied a carpentry subcontractor at the property to remove a shutter from the house so they could bring and keep it in their shop for precise measurements. We performed all those functions at the customer's house in addition to a myriad of communication with Allstate's claims department from our office to assure the customer received maximum benefits. After the customer received all the benefits from our efforts, she is now not cooperating with us and has shut down all communication. We would like to place a lien on the house. The only physical work we've done to the house thus far is climb onto the roof with the adjuster on multiple occasions and accompany a subcontractor to remove a shutter from the house and take away. Could we legally put a lien on the house?