Not certain if I am on a topic That has no resolution, or the answer may be plain and stark. Have contacted every P & A and Feds, Lawyers Now 200 or More. Should We go Pro Pria? Does any Legal assistant or firm act as " legal Coach" for those forced to Go Pro Se? Wide Open and Brutal Retaliation ( violating Other Civil rights) is Ok?
What are some decent Pro se Resources? Do any Have the format already programmed for Motions and filings? Will be this be a Federal Court Jurisdiction Filing?
Lost and have been calling and writing every agency listed as resource. This states agency is solely devoted to Autism Speaks, and Those clients ,deserving as they are, need protection, But disabled, elderly and Veterans,who actually forfeit rights, Fend for yourself? It is a dark day indeed.
If you have spoken to over 200 lawyers none of whom would take your case, I feel comfortable saying you have no case,and adding that you have likely been told that many times.
You posted no relevant facts about any issue so it's tough to give you any practical advice except to say you have no chance handling a case on your own.
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As Mr. Rafter has stated, you have not set forth any facts to give insight into what you are trying to do. You mention the ADA and then later you mention 'brutal retaliation (violating other civil rights)" Most ADA claims involve an employment issue or a public accommodations issue...it would be hard to imagine either of those having a relationship with "brutal" retaliation. I will further agree that IF you have contacted over 200 lawyers without a taker, then I cannot image that you have any kind of viable claim because most lawyers are not shy about taking advantage of the opportunity to make money. I would suggest that you focus on whatever the action claim you are trying to make might be and google the term (e.g. hotel had no handicap rooms, restaurant counter too high, employer won't provide adjustable seat, etc.) and that should lead to some internet resources to start exploring whether you may have a legal claim of some kind.
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