Can a person that is not certified to do a job and advises people he is not certified be sued for performing said job improperly?

I paint cars as an amateur and tell everyone that I am not certified and do amateur work on paint jobs from my garage. If someone pays me to do an amateur paint job on their vehicle and they do not like it, can they sue me and win? I only charge like $600, most of which goes to materials.

Asked on February 26, 2012 under Business Law, Michigan


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