My refridgerator was damaged during repairs that my storage facility was doing at the facility, they changed out the door to my storage unit, during the process some of my items were taken out of my storage to replace the door then put back in, when they were putting my items back in my refrigerator doors were damaged. From what I can see, it looks like they put my items back carelessly.
1) There is no phone number
2) If there were a phone number no one would call. This is a $100 dollar matter. Lawyer fees START at twice that amount per hour.
3) Small claims court is for you, but even small claims court is overkill for $100.
The above is general legal and business analysis. It is not "legal advice" but analysis, and different lawyers may analyse this matter differently, especially if there are additional facts...
As a preliminary issue, attorneys aren’t going to call you to see if you have a case worth a few hundred dollars at best.
But, you could use the “find a lawyer” feature on this site instead of improperly posting this in the question and answer forum. However, you aren’t going to hire an attorney for this case anyway so you may want to look into small claims if the cost of replacing the doors is worth it.
You can also just file a claim with your renters insurance but if you bought a lousy policy your deductible may negate that route also.
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