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Re: Broken Mirror: What To Do?

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Posted by Robert May on August 8, 1999 06:12:49 UTC

Guess that the next step is to get ahold of a lawyer familiar with federal law and things of this type. Please note right now that I am not a lawyer or am associated with one. I myself have had problems with QSP improperly shipping mirrors with supplied packing materials. When you do sue, make sure that BOTH Airborne AND QSP are in the suit. Let them figure out what's what and pay you. Let QSP and Airborne know that if you go to a lawyer, a judge will be hearing it and in the end they or Airborne will be paying for the lawyers in the case. I suggest that you also contact Airborne to verify that they have been contacted by QSP. Unfortunatly, you're in a bad place for a while but QSP failed to package the mirror properly and Airborne failed to move the package without damage. I might also say that you may want to get punitive damages from both of them when you do sue. Good luck in your quest and I for one am sorry that a nice mirror has been destroyed.

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