Q: Our home was to have an asbestos abatement performed; and what we were assuming was a person whose company was certified
This company proceeded to do work on the house (by his subcontractor who was "certified"; but not a state certified company), parts deemed affected were pulled; but was not disposed of properly, and now the state has become involved, with a Stop Work order posted to property. Now this contractor is coming after his money, also says we are in a contract that is binding, and that he is to complete the work on the contract. I was told by the state that certified asbestos abatement contracted companies are the only ones to do the work, as this guy not only created a hazard spill in the home and also outside the home exposing the community, but did it without a state issued permit. I just want to find out if this would be grounds to break said contract, as now I am needing to pay money out for another testing and abatement process. The state of Colorado CDPHE gentleman says we may have just cause to take this to court. Any feedback would be helpful
A: You may have a legitimate Breach of Contract claim against your contractor and you have a damages claim against him. You should contact an attorney to schedule a consultation so that the facts can be closely reviewed and you can get a clear picture of your rights, options, and possible results.
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