Hi, for the last 2 years or more I have been intentionally harassed by my local fire department .. since a minor confrontation 2 years ago the local fire department has been harssing me on a daily basis. . They have been airhorning me in the front of my home at all hours of the night after returning from a call.. this has been a ongoing situation for years.. upon returning from a emergency call they stop in the front of my home, (with no emergency lights on or sirens on)and blow there airhorn until they wake myself and my family up and then drive away laughing and waving hello/goodbye.. I have contacted there chief and discussed the situation with him and was assured it would stop.. unfortunately it has gotten worse.. I don't know what to do to stop this harassment. .
You need to find an attorney experienced in suing government agencies. You need to keep a diary of all incidents, file a claim, and when it is denied, sue. Causes of action can be determined by the attorney you eventually hire, but they won't be laughing/waiving hello/goodby for very long.
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