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Running head: BUSINESS LAW
Cash Mart and Business law
The possible tort claims that Patty can make against Cash-Mart and elements of the claim
The most outright lawsuit that Patty can make against Cash Mart is the emotional distress
she underwent on mere suspicions. There are a number of things that the guard could have done
instead of keeping Patty in the room, alone, for an hour only to be dismissed after she was
already late. The emotional distress was a result of being accused and threatened; the guard made
it clear that Patty would be taken to jail if she left the room. It should not have been so easy for
the guard to insinuate that the act of Patty attempting to leave the room would send her to jail.
Such a claim is enough to make someone panic even though they were sure that someone else
committed the offense they were falsely accused of.
Such an act is an indication that Cash Mart does not have an organized method of
handling theft tissues hence prone to frequently inflicting emotional distress on the customers.
Patty lost a lot of time being held without specific evidence that she was involved in shoplifting.
Combining the one hour in the room and the time she spent knocked out was enough to
disorganize her day. This argument should be made keeping in mind that Patty had an
appointment which is why she was rushing out of the shop before being stopped. The emotional
distress is a combination of many events that took place that day, from being abruptly
apprehended and falsely accused of theft, being threatened and left in a secluded room alone,
being worried that she failed to attend the appointment and still being hit by a ball when she
finally left the store room.
Being hit by the golf ball is also a legit complaint that can also be blamed on both Gerr...
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