I was approached in July of 2016 about a grant of right of way from PPL (Pennsylvania Power and Light) on a project of trimming or removing trees from the street that may affect the power lines. We had agreed via a signed "grant of right of way" for the "right to cut down one tree" and "the right to trim any and all trees". The project was slated for this spring, but was done last week. We were on vacation last week and returned to have a total of 5 large healthy about 2 feet radius at the base trees cut down in our front yard, instead of the one (which was the smallest of the trees). I have contacted PPL, including the right of way agent we made agreement with. He stated that the trees should not have been cut down as per the work order instructions and had the forester call me back. The forester also stated it should not have happened, but he needs to speak with the contractor to determine why this occurred. He stated the contractor is Asplundh, who is not done with the job (also leaving large logs all over our front yard) having been called down to Florida for the next few weeks. The forester stated that the contractor is contractually responsible for fixing mistakes in their work. This won't be sorted out between PPL and Asplundh for a few weeks due to the hurricane. As a new homeowner (2 years), what are my options. The removal of the trees permanently changed the landscaped look of the property and will provide much more sun to the yard and house. These were large oak shade trees and the removal of them could add to our cooling bills. I'm not certain about legal representation as we live pay to pay and don't have money for a retainer. Any and all help is appreciated.