Culik Law Files Lawsuit in Suffolk Superior Court Against Staples For Giving Consumers' Computer To The Wrong Person

Massachusetts consumer protection law firm represents client against Staples

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“Further, we seek to show with this lawsuit that even after Staples became aware that the computer was given to the wrong person, it refused to rectify the damage done when given the chance to do so.”

Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) January 29, 2014

On January 28, 2014, Culik Law filed a lawsuit on behalf of a consumer against Staples, Inc. in Suffolk Superior Court, Case No. SUCV2014-00310-A. The complaint filed with the court alleges that the office supply chain gave a customers' computer, which contained personal and business information, to an unknown party and then refused to track it down.

The complaint goes on to say that the customers brought their computer to Staples to have the computer backed up for security against data loss. But when they went to pick it up, Staples gave away the computer to the wrong person, apparently without asking for any identification.

The court documents also show that when the customers asked Staples to review the security tapes and try to identify the person, Staples refused to turn over any information. As a result, the customers were unable to take action to track down their computer. Contained on the computer was personal information, bank account records, and records relating to the customers’ businesses, all of which has now been lost.

“We allege in this complaint that Staples refused to respond to the letter we sent asking for their assistance with recovering the information and compensating the customers for their loss,” said the customers’ attorney, Josef Culik. “Further, we seek to show with this lawsuit that even after Staples became aware that the computer was given to the wrong person, it refused to rectify the damage done when given the chance to do so.”

CULIK LAW PC is a Massachusetts law firm with a reputation for championing the rights of individuals. Culik Law has received local and national attention for cases that have made a difference and often changed case law and the behavior of “untouchable” entities, like corporations, banks, creditors, and landlords. From holding them accountable for their misconduct, to prosecuting lawsuits against banks, to proving damages for clients who have been wrongfully treated by creditors, Culik Law seeks to continually prove its dedication to the Massachusetts consumer. Culik Law is a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates. Areas of practice include Foreclosure Defense, Loan Modification Defense, Debt Defense, Credit Reporting Issues, Bankruptcy, Lemon Law, and Tenant Rights.


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