Q: HIPPA violations by Blair county district attorney requires me to hire an attorney to represent me. Help!

HIPPA Violations from Cleveland clinic to Allegheny general hospital to UPMC hospital and doctors offices have been gaslighted and used by a corrupt district attorney in Blair county. The detective responsible for violations is xx. He now trying to use the Pennsylvania State Police to protect him from prosecution. He’s violated my civil rights by having my internet access blocked to quite me. There is so many legal violations when I do get an attorney it’s worth big money that’s why Sapienza is making things worse daily with crimes to cover up yesterdays crimes.

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A: I'm sorry to hear about the severe issues you're facing. To address potential HIPAA violations and civil rights infringements, it's crucial to hire an attorney experienced in both healthcare privacy and civil rights law. These professionals can help you gather evidence, file complaints, and take legal action against those responsible.

First, document every instance of the alleged HIPAA violations, including dates, times, and any communications you have received. This will be essential for your attorney to build a strong case. Additionally, make a detailed record of how your civil rights have been violated, including the blocking of your internet access and any other retaliatory actions taken against you.

Contact local legal aid organizations or bar associations for referrals to qualified attorneys who can assist you. They can guide you through the process of filing a lawsuit and seeking justice. It's important to act quickly to protect your rights and hold those responsible accountable for their actions.

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