Your recourse:I gotta ask. Where was the bike parked? If it was in an assigned parking space, then the treatment of it was totally inappropriate and the management as well as the contractor should be made aware. A report to the BBB will have some effect if they don't give you any satisfaction. I'm no attorney, and I don't know how much you want to put into this yourself, but taking it to court may be more costly in time and effort (and maybe court costs) than it is worth. If the bike was parked someplace other than an assigned parking space, then you probably have no recourse.
Jeremy, I meant no offense by asking that question. I just wanted to frame expectations. My granddaughter lives in a rental townhouse and I see bikes and jet skiis parked between the buildings against the rules. I just thought I'd ask. I have no idea how you can get paid for your time. If there is actual damage, you might get reparations, but I don't think you'll get "time".It's not me, but if it were, I think I would be settling for an apology and a gift card or other relationship damage control.