Consumer Protection Law
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This is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.
I am not sure what you mean "where is my ten minute answer"
Also I am sorry to hear of this matter. Can you tell me what the question is in this regard so I can provide you the true and correct information?Thank you
I suggest that you need to make a written complaint to the owner of the company who is doing the work. The law requires you give them an opportunity to make corrections and fix any problems. So take pictures of everything that is wrong and the damages done.When you write the owner that these things need to be addressed, I suggest you give him 10 days from receipt of the letter to have it all complete. And if he does not, then you will bring the matter to court
You can sue for up to $6000 in small claims court on your own, without a local attorney. You can get the forms to file from the clerk of the court.
You want to be sure to document everything - the pictures of the shabby work and the damage as well as a copy of the letter you send.
If you need more information or clarification, please let me know. Thanks for your patience on receiving your answer!