Your repeated use of the phrase "made every effort to comply" leads me to believe that you have not complied, but have some reason/excuse as to why.
This is a yes/no question: Have you complied with the companies (sp) requirements?
From what you've written, you have no damages, so have no grounds to sue. You can't successfully for what could have happened.
If you've contracted Covid-19, and can prove that you contracted it from this individual, then you should talk to an attorney.
You should be aware that you are generally not permitted to use deadly force to protect property. You can only use deadly force to protect yourself or others from imminent serious injury or death. You may also have a duty to retreat.
You might want to investigate defensive weapons like stun...
There's a reason they call our state "Taxachusetts".
Your best bet is to contact a city or town elected official. The tax man doesn't care about anything but collecting money, and has no reason to reduce the bill.
You should also check with your mortgage company to see if (a) they were...
You didn't mention what state you are in, so I'll respond with the generally accepted common law. The controlling case is Hadley v. Baxendale, The Court of Exchequer (England), (1854). In short, Hadley contracted with Baxendale to make a delivery on a certain date. Baxendale failed to make the...