Jason represented a demolition contractor who won the bid for the demolition of certain properties related to the construction of the new Adams County Jail. The contractor (the plaintiff) discovered, through the demolition process, that the properties to be demolished contained many unforeseen conditions and other conditions that were not properly documented in the project manual/bid documents. The contractor requested additional compensation for the extra work required to address these conditions; however, Adams County, the defendant, refused to pay for the extra work after the work was completed. Adams County’s refusal to pay fair compensation to the plaintiff contractor forced the contractor to file suit against the County. The jury awarded a verdict in favor of the plaintiff on all counts after a three day jury trial.