Q: What do you do if a civil rights discrimination /public accomadation denial complaint is wrongfully dismissed?
Had video proof of being made to leave with service dog and more but was given a disadvantage by the state investagor of the claim, and was dismissed with strong bias for the acting party. They allowed them to submit altered video to give benifit yet would not tell me how. Did appeal yet fedex picked it up late so they denied and resent it back without even looking at it. I am disabled and did request a few extra days accomadation which was not given. I understand deadlines and appeals yet if ya have straight proof vid and email then shouldn't be a time limit cause what's that got do with it being legit. I can't afford a lawyer so had to go against theirs alone and was not advised of them being at fact finding conference which did continue yet ended right after but if no fact was found then it'd ended. I applied for legal help but denied and they only practice in indiana. To me it seems as if they'd be committing discrimination at that point to for dismissing a legit claim a
A: You should appeal. In doing so, it is important you retain a competent attorney experienced in appealing this type of case. Appellate practice is very technical and many trial attorneys do not practice appellate law. Pro se appellants very rarely win because of the degree of knowledge, skill, and experience required to successfully appeal an adverse judgment.
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