Lawrenceville, GA asked in Personal Injury for Georgia

Q: My apartment has locked my rental portal to pay is going to a payment center and that is putting my daughter

My apartment has locked my rental portal to pay my rent and are saying the only way I can pay it is to go into a payment center however that is putting my daughter and I at risk for covid-19 and I would like to know what are my options in terms of suing or forcing them to unlock the account

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
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A: I'm sorry for your ordeal. You could try reposting in the Landlord-Tenant section, or you could directly contact a Georgia L-T lawyer you find here on this site (Find-a-Lawyer, above), or one you find through your own independent search. You're in the Personal Injury section and your matter is more closely related to L-T law; that might have caused your question to remain open until now. I don't think there is the basis for a personal injury lawsuit here (you ask about suing, but you're free to ask another lawyer for their opinion), but maybe if a lawyer could give you input about online measures that could possibly protect your daughter's safety, that could be worth a try. If you repost and ask your question again here, it's free, but if you're going to contact a lawyer, any fees are between you and them. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

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