I have an out of state customer who asked our Service Department to repair a Hydraulic Hammer. The cost of the repairs was substantial, $15,590.68. The Hammer which we repaired is still at our facility in Zelienople, PA. On 11/27/2018, I received a letter from our customer's attorney that they are liquidating their assets. I confirmed that the repaired hammer is still at our Highway Equipment Company’s Facility. I spoke with our customer's attorney and he said they have not filed for Bankruptcy protection. He is still waiting for results from the Auction Company to determine how much money there is to spread around, first to secured creditors. Is it possible for Highway Equipment Company to file a Mechanics Lien to protect their interests? Please advise?