Q: i have injured my left knee Bad just getting out of the tub shower, EVEN after my Drs orders MONTHS before. i have proof
and i am made to feel some BAD personal Discrimination going on in my case, with the office and now maintenance said he would report me for getting upset after the floor tile cement had still not dried after 5 days, [ have picts ] and said he would report me for trying to hit him with my cane, wrong thing to try on an ex big game hunter, so i called the office on him for trying that, then my apartment flooded by their old steam heating syst, Then after Dr gave them a Dr's order for a walk-in shower which was IGNORED, i fell GETTING out of and Dr is MORE than upset, as am I i NOW am having 2x more pain, and the Orth Dr said it would have been when i feel getting OUT of the Tub the Butler pa Housing and ' so called ' Redevelopment Authority, and JUST getting the walk-in shower is NOT enough here! i should get monitory funds as well. i have a pro bono lawyer but have yet to tell him what i feel
A: A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I'm sorry for your ordeal. You mention having a pro bono attorney. These concerns may be better to bring up with your attorney than on a public forum where no one knows the details of your case. Good luck
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