Q: My caretaker took $30,000 out of my bank account using my pin number after he his my medication and made me bed ridden.
The bank denied my despute. What can I do?
A: I would talk to the police.
Anthony M. Avery agrees with this answer
A: You need to go to the LEO's today. Take your Bank Statements and whatever Prescription evidence you have for relevant periods. You probably need to complain to the Hospital Administrators also, but everyone is going to question why you have waited so long to complain, especially the Bank. A suit against the Bank does not look good because of your delay, but hire a competent attorney to examine the facts and time frame.
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