I went to store to look around a bit and to purchse some particular things. As i began to shop, I began to fall asleep suddenly in front of the items I tried to pick up. I found myself in this state and startling awake suddenly. I went out standing up suddenly. I found myself around the store leaning on countertops and out. After awhile I was coherant enough to know I needed to call a cab and go home.this timeI couldnt find basket with my purse, keys, money, phone, etc. I went to customer service and told them I needed their help to locate my belonging and explained. They sent me to a different department who knew nothing (smart alecks) and when I returned pleading help to find my belongings inm cart, they put me out in that condition. The next day they had my belongings and had gone thru everything. They had my things when they put me out like that to be killed in that state. I was walked into trees, fell down, and was harmed but not killed. I couldnt get in hours later when I was able to knowo I was so far away from home. It was dawn and I was hurt. They did this on purpose to me and when I retrieved my belongings, they were especiially smug. They tried to kill me
The answer is, "Maybe."
If they knew you were vulnerable and they prevented you from helping yourself, then they might be liable for any damages you can prove you suffered because they put you out.
You can read my case involving kind of similar facts: Linda Cunningham v. Happy Palace. Linda's damages were unfortunate. Here a link to the case: https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=6893388623773708159&q=linda+cunningham&hl=en&as_sdt=4,38
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