Hi. It's Mike. I have 2 questions. Here's the first: Do I have legal action for the following things lost in the move: My Id in a plastic over the shoulder small wallet2 plastic liquid refreezable “ice” bagsTeflon big potBig standup fanBig plastic spoon for pasta20 Dilaudid (controlled narcotic)SilverwareBig “boombox” – cd and audiotape player. I may have said someone could have It, but I don’t think so and I don’t remember anyone saying yes.
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Not so much money, but time consuming and difficult to replace
And, my expensive oak 3 drawer dresser middle drawer does not close
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*This chat is not intended as legal advice. It is general information that may or may not apply to your situation and should not be relied upon.*Hi Mike,Chat is too buggy to attempt to converse.You may file a Small Claims action to recover for your losses. Unfortunately Small Claims Court is very time-consuming. You would probably lose much more billable hours than you would stand to recoverYou can file a complaint with the Department of Transportation – Here is the link: https://www.dot.ny.gov/divisions/operating/osss/truck/movingScroll halfway down the page to where it states Moving ComplaintsI hate having to ask for feedback at all. I am only paid if the customer leaves positive feedback. Unfortunately customers appear confused with the new system. Many either do not rate or leave negative feedback because they do not like the way the law pertains to their situation or they had difficulties using the site. I will look for number 2
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