my son passed and the coroner gave my sons keys wallet, and etc to a non blood,non family member, can they be held responsible for that?
Simple answer might be yes. But quantifying that loss probably does not justify legal action. Sorry for your loss.
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Agreed, the damages aren't worth the legal costs. Contact the person they were given to and ask for them back.
Probably, but it may not be worth hiring and paying for an attorney as your damages likely are not significant enough. I recommend simply contacting the person the items were given to and requesting the items be returned to you.
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