I need to see if there's a realistic way to recoup potential losses from an e-mail server not working as it should. I pay for a business e-mail and was made aware e-mails were not being received lately. I sent some test e-mails and asked recipients if anything was received lately to check and they have not been. I work in marketing and these include proposals, time-sensitive e-mails, etc. There's no telling what leads and potential contracts were lost.
As part of making a legal claim, you need to be able to prove your damages; i.e., present some evidence of the monetary value of what you lost due to the actions of the other party. The statement in your question that "[t]here's no telling what leads and potential contracts were lost" is a problem - there needs to be at least some evidence of the value lost. Probable the method of proof most often used revolves around a showing of past income versus a decline in recent income, although other methods also exist.
So, you first need a way of telling what your loss is. You cannot realistically pursue a claim unless you can point to at least some reasonable, evidence-based estimate of your total monetary loss.
There may be other problems as well, but that jumps out from your question.
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It’s not realistic because it’s impossible almost to Treece who the actual person is and then you have to sue them where are they located
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