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Posted over 1 year ago.

she did ssy there was no riable issue of fact since my clims were time barred. it waas an employment discrimination claim. but i am legally mentally incapacitated and i dont know what information she needs to grant me the tolling but she didnt ask me for anything. her answer just said i didnt say how it prevented me from filing on time. she never gave me any opportunities to respond. yes the sol is relevnt because i cant pursue my claim otherwise. and i have lots of medical documents which i had to submit in my motion for reconsideration which she basically didnt accept or do anything with it was contested by the defendants. let me know what you think. how i should handle this.it is now in appeals. i think my civil rights were violated.

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Posted over 1 year ago.

also the magistrate judge said i dont need to submit any medical info unlss my case survives a summary judgemwnt bu that makes no sense because it sems they need that information in making that determination. but i had no idea they never said that to me or asked me for anything

Steven Warren Smollens
Steven Warren Smollens, Landlord / Tenant Lawyer - New York, NY
Posted over 1 year ago.

OK. Are you the same person from Lynbrook with the pro se appeal from dismissal of a case where you said the judge made your claim a Title 7? If so, I answered your question about your rights to an appeal as a pro se litigant.