It was a break in to my house, crime realized by gang's members.
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NO. You can't sue City.
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Personal Injury Lawyer
No, you cannot sue the City of Los Angeles if the LAPD fails to recover the items that were stolen from your home.
Administrative Law Lawyer
I would be interested in your theory about why what you ask about might be the case. Are you confused about the difference between the city and an insurance company?
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