What kind of attorney do I need if I have a claim against a vending company whom I purchased a business opportunity package from?

Asked on May 22nd, 2017 on Contracts - Florida
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I purchased 9 vending machines as a "business investment" that included a laptop, software, training and a warranty for each of the machines. The carrier lost 2 of the machines before delivering them to me. I filed a claim with the carrier, but now they are saying that based on an agreement that the carrier has with the vending company, they only owe me $5/pound which is only 43% of the purchase price/machine. Is this worth hiring an attorney? Do I have a case?
Answered on May 24th, 2017 at 6:32 AM
This all depends the agreements you signed and the exposure you have for the loss. You will likely need to retain a lawyer to handle this issue at some expense and go from there. 
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