Grove City, PA asked in Civil Litigation for Pennsylvania

Q: I own a small cleaning co. After cleaning a clients place she called complaining of few things, and refuses to pay

I told her why it was incomplete, one of my crew saw a bug, what she thought to be a roach, but i offered to come back 3 times to finish,, she ask for pic and i sent her a pick from google that my cleaner said it looked like, she did a reverse google and said i lied and faked it,, but i also saw a dead one myself while i was there., i told her..she was suing me for slander and defamation..

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Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
  • Wyomissing, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: You are entitled to be paid for the work that you did. Even if it's half a job, you're entitled to half a job.

Your choice--is it worth taking her to small claims or not?

Next time: you see something, photograph it at the time.

All the best.

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