Employee covered black mold in a home knowingly as well as mispreformed work on the home flossing us the contract and causing a full refund to the customer.
You could certainly try to sue the employee. The exact theory you would use is still unknown, and I for one think there would be a serious question as to whether you could actually collect a judgment from this person. The real fear is whether the homeowners will come back after you for additional damages.
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