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Suppose you're working on your customer's deck when you shoot yourself in the foot with your nail gun, and you can't finish the job. Or suppose you put on an addition with trim that's supposed to match the existing trim to your customer's satisfaction, but it doesn't. In cases like these, are you totally out of luck for the time and money you put into the job? Let's start by talking about what you are not entitled to. To begin with, you can't successfully get a mechanic's lien when the plain facts are that you didn't finish the job or didn't do it the way you agreed to do it. Nor can you sue the customer