It is never a crime to break into your own home. As long as he did not create any property damage to your personal property, you have no claim against him. You may call maintenance to replace the screen. I would ask that the roommates pay for the repairs if there's any cost.
The other attorneys are correct. Only pay attention to court notices. However, do not throw the other letters out. Depending on who attempts to collect upon you and for what , you may have a cause of action against the collector under a Consumer Law statute. Please feel free to contact us for further information and answers.
I agree with Attorney Shalvoy. I do not like to see people manipulated. After you move out, you could also pursue your deficient roommate for the back rent that he or she owes you. Please feel free to contact us with more questions or concerns.
I have many questions for you. How did you injure your back? Are you treating? Can you continue working despite the injury? Are you cleared by the doctors to work? Did you file for Workers compensation? Define, "nearly forcing". What is the alternative to signing? What do you get if you sign? Feel free to contact us for assistance.
Connecticut has a wonderful judicial website that may or may not be able to shed some light on the charges. If you want to contact us with any personal information regarding this matter, we may be able to answer more of your questions. Please feel free to contact us.
Attorney Porter is very right. You should definitely show this letter to an attorney in your area. I have seen these letters often and can attest that you may be able to deal directly with Kmart or throught the criminal courts. The firms that put those letters out are generally bottom-feeding fringe debt collectors who do not have to worry about the FDCPA as this is not a consumer debt. Feel free to inquire further if we can help.
I agree with my colleagues, with one note. Courts generally treat animals as chattel which means that your animal is personal property and its feelings and your feelings are not generally taken into account. When monetizing the damages, the court will likely only assess the value of the dog based on its Fair Market Value which would factor in age, breed, etc. You may be able to get the vet bills taken care of if you can win. My colleagues have pointed out the weaknesses of your case of course.
There is a way to restrict certain people from viewing you social media. Look at your settings and adjust them accordingly. I agree with the other attorneys and at the risk of sounding repetitive, it sounds as though the order is against you and your ex's actions do not violate it. Please feel free to contact us for more information.