SAN ANTONIO, TX — Five Texas families are suing a bio-hazard removal company they claim took advantage of them at the worst moment of their lives, according to KENS-TV.
The families involved in the lawsuit claim that, within hours of a loved one committing suicide, an employee from Aftermath, a company that specializes in bio-hazard removal, was at their door, the article stated.
According to the article, employees said it would cost $5,000 to clean the walls and carpet, but their bills reflected a price four times that amount.
"They take advantage at a vulnerable time, then come back and prey on them to the tune of $40,000 to $50,000 to clean up a room. It''s wrong. Just wrong," said attorney Ted Lyon.
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