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A subcontractor came to our home in Massachusetts and

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A subcontractor came to our home in Massachusetts and sprayed a product on the back of a large bathroom mirror to prevent mold..We knew this product was to be applied; but did not know it would be sprayed in our home. (The worker showed me the can at the time and told me he just finished spraying.The spray was extremely toxic; despite opening windows immediately I became very sick. I called the dr the next day and they prescribed 2 weeks of antibiotic and 1 week of steroids. Is there any recourse? They are returning tomorrow to fix another part of the program and I requested they bring the can to read "ingredients" and to see if it says anything about toxic. Is there any legal recourse?
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Roy Hadavi replied 2 months ago.

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Expert:  Roy Hadavi replied 2 months ago.

There is a recourse. My first recommendation is to approach the subcontractor regarding the cost of your medical expenses. It would be more timely and cost effective for him to simply pay your medical costs.

Otherwise, your next option would be to bring suit against the subcontractor.

Did he warn you about the harmful effects of the product?

Expert:  Roy Hadavi replied 2 months ago.

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