Can I sue the postal service for pain and suffering, if my mail carrier took my pain medication?

I have documentation that he was the last person to have possession of the package. This is the 3rd time my pain medication has gone missing. It is very painful to stop taking this medication at once. Veteran’s Affairs will not replace the medication, this time, without something in writing from the USPS. In the meantime, I am in a tremendous amount of pain.

Asked on June 12, 2014 under Personal Injury, California

Answers:

Maury Beaulier / MinnesotaLawyers.com

Answered 6 years ago | Contributor

It would be a very difficult case from many perspectives including showing causaton and damages. 


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