Posted Yesterday, 06:05 AM
The personal property owner can sue in the proper court for whatever he or she wants; proving that the moving company removed it and purposely maintained illegal possession of the items is entirely another story.
Unless the property owner can prove the allegations against the mover, it is highly doubtful that the owner will be able to recover. A statement like "my property was there, now its not there, so it must be them" is not sufficient to prove anything brain injury in court. Unless there is more substantial evidence that the mover took the items, the property owner will be throwing away the time and money spent pursuing the claim.
BTW, I don't know why you are listing a SS card and birth certificate in your list; those two items can be replaced for free (SS card) or at a nominal fee (birth certificate).
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