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How Much Did Your Stolen Wallet Really Cost You?

You knew that a trip to the mall during the holiday season was not going to be cheap. However, the actual cost of your trip is so much more than the price of the gifts you were planning to buy. It is so much more than the amount of cash that you had available in your wallet.

During your trip to the crowded mall during December, someone physically attacked you in order to take your wallet. Unlike a simple pickpocket situation that causes anxiety and financial stress, this attack resulted in your physical injury. You are paying for it physically, emotionally, and financially.

And You Need to Know How to Recover

More specifically, you need to know how to recover for your past, current and future:

  • Medical expenses.
  • Lost income.
  • Out-of-pocket costs.
  • Other damages.

Often, the person who assaulted you does not have the means to pay for everything that your injury has cost you. However, that person may not be the only one who is potentially liable for your injuries. The store, the mall, or the property owner could also be responsible if they failed to provide you with adequate security while you were doing your holiday shopping and these potential defendants, or their insurers, may have the means with which to pay you damages.

To find out more about whether the store, the mall, or the property owner could help you with your recovery, please start a live chat with us today. We would be pleased to provide you with a free consultation so that you can make an informed decision about what to do next.

Jason F. Abraham
Managing Partner, Hupy and Abraham
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