I have shipped a very expensive antique piece it is 75 years old , I have packed it very well and it match the UPS packaging requirements. but unfortunately it arrived damaged and when i called them they opened a case in the damage department but they denyed to Financial compensation me for the damage they made to the piece and said that they did not cause damage. My question is, can I sue them? thanks
Yes, but there is probably a limitation of liability. Hopefully, you purchased proper protection. Good luck.
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I agree with prior answer. In addition it may come down to a swearing match regarding whose fault it was and whether or not the packing was sufficient of deficient.
Most shippers require insurance to be purchased or otherwise limit their liability per the shipping agreement. read what was signed as a first step before considering further action.
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