It's been just over three weeks. I've gone to my upstairs neighbor personally and begged to be allowed to sleep. Ive had two back surgeries right after she moved in and have NOT slept but sparingly. She watches anywhere from 3-15 of her nieces and nephews at all hours and at all hours there is slamming banging thumping. My daughter had her tall boy dresser fall on her once fall on her bed while she was standing next to it and the third time the tall boy broke in half when it fell on the floor right after she left the room. I'm having two more back surgeries in a month. I'm disabled because of my chronic conditions. One of them is crushing my spine and if I fall or move wrong I can literally snap my spine in half and kill myself. I have fallen because I wasn't able to keep to my feet twice and I am in so much pain I have to constantly use a walking aide when a month ago I was strong enough to get by so long as I didn't bend over. I have been bounced off my couch three times. I am no where near itty bitty. To bounce me off the couch takes serious force. I am tired I am in more pain than I normally am. Then there is the ever shaking squeaky bed springs right above my own (tbc...)
I am sorry for what you are going through with your health situation and your extremely noisy neighbor. Your situation does not describe child abuse though and you didn't really ask a question, which is all we can really deal with on this Q&A forum.
If you have presented the issues to your landlord and s/he hasn't helped, you may want to use the Find a Lawyer function here on avvo.com and seek out a Landlord/Tenant attorney in Wellington to inquire about forcing your landlord to help, to see if there are possibilities of getting yourself moved into disabled or elderly housing so that there would not be a family daycare above your apartment or to force your landlord to evict the neighbor who is violating your quiet enjoyment of your rented residence.
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