Q: Can a solar farm be built next to me if I am chronically ill?
I suffer from chronic asthma and Broken Heart Syndrome. I have been hospitalized three times in the last two years. My heart is damaged. From what I have read about the construction, I cannot breathe for at least six months. My doctor told me to move. It was a predatory mortgage; we owe more than the house is worth. I was on disability when we were taken. We are in our 70s and don't know what to do. We owe WF $135,000.00 & HUD over $45000.00. Who is this even possible? I sit stressing right now because of the uncertainty. I have over $50,000 out of pocket to doctors and hospital. Please help.
A: A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I'm sorry for the stressful ordeal this has created for you. In terms of personal injury, if the project was properly permitted and the work complies with OSHA, environmental, health, land use, and other regulatory codes, the work would probably be considered legal. You could review the terms of the mortgage and other issues with attorneys to see if you have any options - that would be outside this Q & A forum and any arrangements would be between you and attorneys you reach out to. Good luck
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