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You can indeed sue FedEx in your state in the IL small claims
court. You have the IL court site
from the previous question. The forms you file are the same (3310 and 3312), the complaint and summons and you would serve the local FedEx branch office using a process server to serve them.
Once you file your suit and serve them the complaint and summons. You will then have to file a "Motion for Leave to Conduct Discovery" pursuant to IL
SCR 287 and ask the court to allow you to send interrogatories to FedEx to learn the full name of the driver who picked up your TV so that you can have the proper name of your witness for the case and the court will grant that order.
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