The Power of Faith: How a Prayer Helped a Disabled Plaintiff Stand Strong in Civil Litigation

Fighting Against All Odds: The Story of a Disabled Plaintiff’s Battle for Justice

#ChatGPT:  No, it is not okay for defense attorneys to

#Me:  Could you please provide a little prayer that I can remember, knowing that I have a brain injury, so that I stay courageous and the God will protect me from these evil creatures while the Rule of Law moves matters toward Justice.

#ChatGPT:  Certainly, here is a simple prayer that you may find helpful:

“Dear God, grant me the courage to face my challenges, the strength to persevere, and the faith to trust that justice will prevail. Protect me from harm and guide me on the path towards truth and righteousness. Amen.”

“Once upon a time, in a small town near the desert, there lived a woman named Lucy Occupy. She was a kind and gentle woman, but she suffered from a brain injury that made her life difficult. One day, a terrible storm came through town and destroyed Lucy’s home. She was devastated and didn’t know what to do.

Lucy’s insurance company accepted the claim and promised to fix her home. But things took a dark turn when the repairs were done without proper remediation, leaving Lucy in a poisonous and dangerous environment. The insurance company then demanded litigation, leading to a series of court battles that lasted for years.

Lucy sought the help of many lawyers, but more than 70 refused to represent her. The lawyers seemed to be colluding with the insurance company and working against her interests. Despite these challenges, Lucy remained steadfast in her faith and continued to pray for protection and guidance.

One day, Lucy came across a group of people who offered to help her. They connected her with various organizations and agencies that were interested in her case. Lucy found the courage to file complaints with the State Bar and the FBI, who took her allegations seriously and began investigating.

As the court hearings approached, Lucy felt afraid but continued to pray for strength and protection. She also used social media to raise awareness about the dangers of insurance cartels and the need for justice. To her great surprise, her tweets went viral, and many people came to support her cause.

On the day of the hearing, Lucy was surrounded by a group of supporters and armed with the power of prayer. To her joy, the judge ruled in her favor and ordered the insurance company to provide proper remediation and compensation for damages.

Lucy’s victory was celebrated throughout the town, and she became a symbol of hope and resilience. She continued to advocate for justice and became an inspiration to many others who faced similar challenges. And every night before bed, she would say her favorite prayer, knowing that she was protected by the power of God. The end.”


#Me: ADA- What sort of disability accommodations may be afforded to a self-represented plaintiff in California Superior Court?

#ChatGPT:  Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California state law, self-represented plaintiffs with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations in California Superior Court to ensure they have equal access to the courts.

Some possible accommodations that may be afforded to a self-represented plaintiff in California Superior Court include:

  1. Auxiliary aids and services such as sign language interpreters, assistive listening devices, or Braille materials.
  2. Physical modifications to the courtroom such as accessible seating or wheelchair ramps.
  3. Modification of policies or procedures such as allowing a plaintiff with a disability to file documents electronically or providing extra time for court hearings.
  4. Alternative formats for court documents such as large print or audio recordings.

To request accommodations, the plaintiff must make a request to the court in advance and provide documentation of their disability and the need for specific accommodations. The court will review the request and determine what accommodations are appropriate based on the circumstances of the case and available resources.

It’s important to note that the court has an obligation to provide reasonable accommodations, but not necessarily the exact accommodation requested by the plaintiff. The court may also engage in an interactive process with the plaintiff to identify and provide accommodations that meet their needs.

#Me: What else?

#ChatGPT:  In addition to the accommodations mentioned earlier, self-represented plaintiffs with disabilities may also request the following accommodations in California Superior Court:
  1. Assistance in filling out court forms and documents, particularly if the plaintiff has difficulty reading or writing.
  2. Accommodations during court proceedings, such as breaks or a quiet space to rest.
  3. Access to service animals or emotional support animals during court proceedings.
  4. Assistance from court personnel, such as a clerk or court reporter, to ensure that the plaintiff can fully participate in court proceedings.

It’s important to note that each case is unique, and the accommodations that may be provided will depend on the specific needs of the individual plaintiff. Plaintiffs should work with the court to identify and request accommodations that will ensure equal access to the courts. The court may also provide additional resources or referrals to community organizations that can assist with disability-related issues.

#Me: What sort of assistance can an American with disabilities expect with procedural requirements, timing, proper forms etc?

#ChatGPT:  Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California state law, individuals with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations in court procedures and processes, including assistance with procedural requirements, timing, and proper forms.

Some examples of assistance that a person with a disability might expect in California Superior Court include:

  1. Assistance in filling out court forms and documents: Court staff or volunteers may provide assistance to individuals with disabilities who have difficulty filling out court forms and documents due to a visual or cognitive impairment, for example. This could include reading the forms aloud, providing information on how to properly fill out the forms, or typing information into the forms on behalf of the individual.
  2. Accommodations in timing: Courts may provide accommodations for individuals with disabilities who require additional time to complete court-related tasks or who need to reschedule court dates due to medical reasons. This could include extending filing deadlines, scheduling hearings at times when the individual is best able to participate, or providing additional time during hearings to allow the individual to communicate effectively.
  3. Access to alternative forms and formats: Individuals with disabilities may require alternative forms and formats of court documents and materials to ensure equal access. This could include large print or electronic copies of documents, audio or video recordings of court proceedings, or Braille materials.
  4. Assistive technology: Courts may provide assistive technology to individuals with disabilities to help them access and participate in court proceedings. This could include assistive listening devices, screen readers, or voice recognition software.

It’s important to note that the specific accommodations provided to individuals with disabilities will depend on the individual’s unique needs and the resources available in the court system. Individuals with disabilities should work with court staff or disability services coordinators to identify and request accommodations that will ensure equal access to court processes and procedures.

#Me:  Please make a table of the laws and regulation regarding the above accommodations

#ChatGPT: Here is a table outlining the laws and regulations related to accommodations for individuals with disabilities in California Superior Court:
Law/Regulation Description
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Federal law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities and requires reasonable accommodations in public accommodations, including courts.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Federal law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in any program or activity that receives federal funding. Applies to court programs and services that receive federal funding.
California Government Code Section 4450-4464 State law that requires courts to provide equal access to individuals with disabilities, including providing assistive technology, auxiliary aids and services, and physical modifications to court facilities.
California Code of Civil Procedure Section 124 Requires courts to provide accommodations to ensure equal access to the courts for individuals with disabilities, including providing assistance with filling out forms and modifying court procedures as necessary.
California Rules of Court Rule 1.100 Outlines the process for requesting accommodations in California Superior Court, including the requirement for providing documentation of the disability and the need for specific accommodations.
California Rules of Court Rule 1.110 Requires courts to make reasonable efforts to ensure that all court participants, including individuals with disabilities, have equal access to court proceedings.

It’s important to note that these laws and regulations are not exhaustive and that other federal and state laws may also apply to accommodations for individuals with disabilities in California Superior Court. The court system has an obligation to provide reasonable accommodations to ensure that individuals with disabilities have equal access to the courts, and individuals with disabilities should work with the court to identify and request accommodations that will ensure equal access.

#Me: If teams of defense attorneys collude and conspire to deny disability accommodations to a self represented plaintiff, is that ok?

#ChatGPT:  No, it is not okay for teams of defense attorneys to collude and conspire to deny disability accommodations to a self-represented plaintiff. Such behavior would be unethical and potentially illegal.

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California state law, individuals with disabilities have a right to reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to the courts. This includes accommodations for self-represented plaintiffs with disabilities.

If defense attorneys are conspiring to deny accommodations to a self-represented plaintiff, they could be in violation of the ADA and other disability rights laws. The plaintiff may be able to file a complaint with the court or a government agency, such as the Department of Justice, to seek enforcement of their rights.

Additionally, if the behavior rises to the level of illegal conduct, such as fraud, coercion, or obstruction of justice, the defense attorneys could face criminal charges or professional sanctions. It is important for all parties in a legal proceeding to conduct themselves ethically and in compliance with the law to ensure a fair and just outcome for all.

#ChatGPT:  Here is a table outlining the laws that may apply to illegal conduct, such as fraud, coercion, obstruction of justice, and litigation intimidation in California Superior Court:
Law/Regulation Description
18 U.S. Code § 1343 – Fraud by wire, radio, or television Federal law that makes it illegal to use wire, radio, or television communication in a scheme to defraud. This could include a scheme to deny disability accommodations to a self-represented plaintiff with a disability.
18 U.S. Code § 1503 – Obstruction of justice Federal law that makes it illegal to corruptly obstruct, influence, or impede any judicial proceeding. This could include attempts by defense attorneys to obstruct or interfere with a self-represented plaintiff’s ability to obtain disability accommodations.
California Penal Code § 118 – Perjury California state law that makes it illegal to provide false testimony under oath in a court proceeding.
California Penal Code § 422 – Criminal threats California state law that makes it illegal to threaten to commit a crime that would result in death or great bodily injury to another person, with the intent to place that person in sustained fear for their own safety or the safety of their immediate family. This could include threats made by defense attorneys or their agents to intimidate a self-represented plaintiff.
California Business and Professions Code § 6068 – Duties of attorneys California state law that outlines the ethical duties of attorneys, including the duty to maintain client confidences, avoid conflicts of interest, and refrain from conduct that is fraudulent, deceitful, or prejudicial to the administration of justice.

It is important to note that the specific laws that may apply will depend on the nature and extent of the alleged illegal conduct, and that other federal and state laws may also apply. If a self-represented plaintiff believes they have been the victim of illegal conduct by defense attorneys, they should consider seeking legal advice from an attorney or reporting the conduct to the court or appropriate government agency.

#ChatGPT:  No, it is not okay for defense attorneys to maliciously deny accommodations to a self-represented plaintiff with a disclosed brain injury, including medical records, or to use discovery as a weapon to overwhelm and incapacitate the plaintiff.

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California state law, individuals with disabilities have a right to reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to the courts. This includes accommodations for electronic and mail service of court documents, recorded phone calls for memory assistance, and requests for written recaps of phone calls. If defense attorneys are intentionally denying these accommodations to cause harm and delay, they could be in violation of the ADA and other disability rights laws.

Additionally, if defense counsel are boasting about using discovery as a weapon to overwhelm and incapacitate the plaintiff, or deploying paralegals, law clerks, and secretaries to ensure that the plaintiff is sanctioned for thousands of dollars, they could be engaging in unethical conduct and potentially violating the rules of professional responsibility.

Here is a table outlining some of the laws and regulations that may apply in this situation:

Law/Regulation Description Enforcement/Prosecution Jurisdiction and Authority
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Federal law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in public accommodations, including court proceedings. Under the ADA, individuals with disabilities have a right to reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to the courts. Department of Justice, Office for Civil Rights, and private right of action
California Code of Civil Procedure § 128 – Power of Court to punish for contempt California state law that allows the court to punish individuals for contempt of court for disobedience or resistance to its lawful orders, including orders related to accommodations for individuals with disabilities. California Superior Court
California Business and Professions Code § 6068 – Duties of attorneys California state law that outlines the ethical duties of attorneys, including the duty to maintain client confidences, avoid conflicts of interest, and refrain from conduct that is fraudulent, deceitful, or prejudicial to the administration of justice. State Bar of California and California Superior Court
California Code of Civil Procedure § 2023.030 – Scope of discovery California state law that outlines the scope of discovery in civil litigation and prohibits parties from engaging in conduct that would cause unreasonable annoyance, embarrassment, or oppression, including excessive and burdensome discovery requests. California Superior Court

If a self-represented plaintiff believes they have been the victim of illegal or unethical conduct by defense attorneys, they should consider seeking legal advice from an attorney, reporting the conduct to the court, or filing a complaint with the appropriate government agency or professional association.

#ChatGPT:  Certainly, here is a consolidated table that includes the rules/regulations, enforcement/prosecution jurisdiction and authority, and links to more information:
Law/Regulation Description Enforcement/Prosecution Jurisdiction and Authority Link to Law
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Federal law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in public accommodations, including court proceedings. Under the ADA, individuals with disabilities have a right to reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to the courts. Department of Justice, Office for Civil Rights, and private right of action https://www.ada.gov/
California Code of Civil Procedure § 128 – Power of Court to punish for contempt California state law that allows the court to punish individuals for contempt of court for disobedience or resistance to its lawful orders, including orders related to accommodations for individuals with disabilities. California Superior Court https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=CCP&sectionNum=128.5
California Business and Professions Code § 6068 – Duties of attorneys California state law that outlines the ethical duties of attorneys, including the duty to maintain client confidences, avoid conflicts of interest, and refrain from conduct that is fraudulent, deceitful, or prejudicial to the administration of justice. State Bar of California and California Superior Court https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=BPC&sectionNum=6068
California Code of Civil Procedure § 2023.030 – Scope of discovery California state law that outlines the scope of discovery in civil litigation and prohibits parties from engaging in conduct that would cause unreasonable annoyance, embarrassment, or oppression, including excessive and burdensome discovery requests. California Superior Court https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=CCP&sectionNum=2023.030

If a self-represented plaintiff believes they have been the victim of illegal or unethical conduct by defense attorneys, they should consider seeking legal advice from an attorney, reporting the conduct to the court, or filing a complaint with the appropriate government agency or professional association

#ChatGPT: The interpretation of the statement “You started this. I will end it. Your move” would depend on the context in which it was made. If the statement was made in a manner that suggests an intention to cause harm or intimidate the other party, then it could potentially be interpreted as a threat. However, if the statement was made in a neutral or non-threatening manner, or in the context of a legal strategy, then it may not be considered a threat.

If a self-represented plaintiff has concerns about the conduct of opposing counsel, they should consider seeking legal advice from an attorney or reporting the conduct to the court or the appropriate governing body.

#Me: If opposing counsel cyber stalks plaintiff with disability with comments or remarks on every post, some with bizarre questions, others with just one key character, using ficticious names and real names, signing up for subscriptions and asking intimidating questions in comments, is that professional conduct by an Officer of the Court?

#ChatGPT:  No, cyber stalking a party, especially one with a disability, is not professional conduct for an officer of the court, and may be a violation of ethical rules governing attorneys. Attorneys are expected to act in a manner that promotes the administration of justice and avoid conduct that is prejudicial to the administration of justice.

If a self-represented plaintiff believes they have been the victim of cyber stalking by opposing counsel, they should consider seeking legal advice from an attorney, reporting the conduct to the court, or filing a complaint with the appropriate government agency or professional association.

#Me:  If the plaintiff not only has disabilities – brain injury – and is over 70, is such conduct particularly egregious when it also causes fear for well being of the plaintiff, and efforts to increase home security?

Yes, such conduct would be considered particularly egregious when it causes fear for the well being of the plaintiff, and efforts to increase home security. The fact that the plaintiff has a disability and is over 70 years old may make them more vulnerable to such conduct, and any actions that cause them to fear for their safety may be seen as a violation of ethical rules governing attorneys.

If a self-represented plaintiff believes they have been the victim of such conduct by opposing counsel, they should consider seeking legal advice from an attorney, reporting the conduct to the court, or filing a complaint with the appropriate government agency or professional association. Additionally, if the plaintiff feels their safety is threatened, they should consider seeking help from law enforcement.

#Me:  What sort of law enforcement help is available? Does the FBI cover such egregious conduct? If there are also threats that appear to be that of a “fixer” in the lawyer sense, and the role of ‘attack dog’ by designated defense team members, is that something someone, a disabled old woman, should be concerned about, particularly if there is no defense available for the defendants, and intimidation and threats the only apparent road being travelled by defense teams, along with gaslighting and other scare tactics, all part of Court records, but requests for protection haven’t been ‘properly’ requested.

If a self-represented plaintiff feels that their safety is being threatened by opposing counsel or others, they should consider contacting local law enforcement, such as their local police department or sheriff’s office. Depending on the nature of the threats, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) may also have jurisdiction to investigate and prosecute the matter.

It is important to note that law enforcement agencies may have limitations on their ability to intervene in matters that are related to ongoing litigation or disputes. However, if a self-represented plaintiff feels that their safety is in immediate danger, they should not hesitate to contact law enforcement.

Additionally, if a self-represented plaintiff feels that they are being subjected to harassment or intimidation by opposing counsel or their team, they may wish to seek a protective order from the court. A protective order is a court order that can prohibit certain types of conduct, such as contact or communication, and can provide other forms of protection. The specific requirements and procedures for obtaining a protective order may vary depending on the jurisdiction and the nature of the case.

#Me: Are there any protective agencies to provide some help and guidance?

#ChatGPT:  Yes, there are organizations that provide support and guidance to individuals who may be experiencing harassment or intimidation, including those involved in legal disputes. Some of these organizations include:
  1. National Crime Victim Law Institute: provides legal assistance, resources, and training to attorneys, advocates, and others who work with victims of crime, including victims of harassment and intimidation.
  2. National Domestic Violence Hotline: provides support and resources to individuals who are experiencing domestic violence, including stalking and harassment.
  3. National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): provides education, support, and advocacy for individuals and families affected by mental illness, including those who may be experiencing harassment or intimidation.
  4. Disability Rights California: provides legal advocacy and resources for individuals with disabilities, including those who may be experiencing harassment or discrimination.

It is important to note that the specific services and resources provided by these organizations may vary depending on the nature of the case and the individual’s specific needs.

#ChatGPT: Certainly, here is a table with some organizations that may be able to provide help and guidance in situations like the one you described:

Organization Phone Number Website Address
National Crime Victim Law Institute 503-768-6819 https://law.lclark.edu/centers/national_crime_victim_law_institute/ 10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd, Portland, OR 97219
National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233 https://www.thehotline.org/ P.O. Box 161810, Austin, TX 78716
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 1-800-950-6264 https://www.nami.org/ 3803 N. Fairfax Drive, Suite 100, Arlington, VA 22203
Disability Rights California 1-800-776-5746 https://www.disabilityrightsca.org/ 1330 Broadway, Suite 500, Oakland, CA 94612

Please note that these organizations may not be able to provide immediate assistance in emergency situations. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911 or your local emergency services.

#Me:  Please summarize this chat for a law enforcement reading level and understanding.

#ChatGPT:  This chat discusses a situation where a self-represented plaintiff with disabilities, including a brain injury, is being denied accommodations by opposing defense counsel in a California Superior Court. The plaintiff is being intimidated and harassed through cyber stalking and threatening messages, causing fear for her safety and well-being. The chat includes information on relevant laws and regulations, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, the California Code of Civil Procedure, and state and federal criminal codes related to harassment and intimidation. There are also resources listed for organizations that may be able to provide help and guidance to the plaintiff.
#ChatGPT:  Filing a bar complaint should not put your life in greater jeopardy. However, it is understandable to have concerns about retaliation. It is important to document any incidents of harassment or intimidation, and if you feel threatened, you should contact the appropriate authorities, such as local law enforcement. Additionally, you may want to seek advice from legal or advocacy organizations to help you navigate the process and protect your rights.

#Me:  Which agencies may be interested in this case, as it also has allegations and evidence, increasingly so, of R.I.C.O. Racketeering violations? Another attorney was paid $5,000 to amend the civil complaint, but not only did he fail to amend the complaint, he did not much more than retype my Complaint, poorly, served it late, failed to attach proof of service, failed to put his name as the attorney as I told him he must clean up his mess, and I did not want my name on his faulty and miserably failed mockery of justice in the bogus sabotaging 4th amended Complaint. The appearance is that he has colluded with the attorneys opposing motions now.

#ChatGPT:  If you believe that there are allegations of R.I.C.O. Racketeering violations, you should consider contacting the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) or the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to report the alleged violations. Additionally, you may want to seek advice from legal or advocacy organizations to help you navigate the process and protect your rights.
#ChatGPT:  If your concerns involve insurance cartels and a potential national dilemma, you may want to consider contacting the following agencies or organizations:
  1. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)
  2. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
  3. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)
  4. The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG)
  5. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)

These agencies may have jurisdiction or oversight over the insurance industry and may be interested in investigating any potential violations of law or policy. Additionally, you may want to consult with a lawyer who specializes in insurance law to get more specific guidance on your situation.

#Me:  Thank you. Please make that a table with URL and mailing address and telephone number, and appropriate department to contact

#ChatGPT:  Sure, here is a table with some relevant agencies and their contact information:

Agency Name Website Mailing Address Telephone Department
Department of Justice – Antitrust Division https://www.justice.gov/atr Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice, 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20530 (202) 514-2401 Antitrust Division
National Association of Insurance Commissioners https://content.naic.org/ National Association of Insurance Commissioners, 444 N. Capitol Street, NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20001 (202) 471-3990 Consumer Services
Federal Trade Commission – Bureau of Competition https://www.ftc.gov/about-ftc/bureaus-offices/bureau-competition Bureau of Competition, Federal Trade Commission, 600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20580 (202) 326-3300 Bureau of Competition
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Office of Inspector General https://oig.hhs.gov/ U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General, 330 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20201 (800) 447-8477 Office of Inspector General
California Department of Insurance – Enforcement Branch http://www.insurance.ca.gov/0400-news/0100-press-releases/2022/release039-22.cfm California Department of Insurance, Enforcement Branch, 300 Capitol Mall, Suite 1700, Sacramento, CA 95814 (800) 927-4357 Enforcement Branch

Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, and there may be other agencies or organizations that could also be relevant depending on the specific details of your case.

#Me:  I live near the 29 Palms USMC Base. Are there any JAG attorneys who might be able to help me? I blog also, and even the Chinese read my blogs and I don’t know why.

#ChatGPT:  As a language model, I do not have access to a comprehensive database of JAG attorneys or their specific areas of expertise. However, it may be worth contacting the Legal Assistance Office (LAO) at the 29 Palms USMC Base to inquire about their services and whether they may be able to provide assistance or refer you to someone who can.

The LAO provides free legal assistance to active-duty service members, retirees, and their dependents on a range of legal matters. They may be able to help with certain issues, such as landlord-tenant disputes, consumer problems, and family law matters, but their resources may be limited for more complex civil litigation matters.

You can reach the 29 Palms USMC Base Legal Assistance Office at the following contact information:

Address: Building 1707, 29 Palms, CA 92278

Phone: (760) 830-6331

Website: https://www.mccs29palms.com/index.cfm/services/legal-services/

It’s also worth noting that JAG attorneys generally only provide legal assistance to military personnel and their dependents, and they may not be able to provide representation in a civil litigation matter.

#Me:  People have told me that there is no such thing as a “blacklist” to deny legal representation to plaintiff’s involved in litigation with big insurance companies, like me. Others have assured me that I am on such a list, which is why more than 70 law firms and attorneys have refused to represent me since 2019, when my roof blew off, the carrier accepted the claim, then destroyed my home, built back without remediation, then poisoned me, knowningly and willfully then demanded litigation. Is that ok?

#ChatGPT:  There is no official “blacklist” that prevents a plaintiff from obtaining legal representation. However, it is not uncommon for law firms and attorneys to decline representation for various reasons, such as a conflict of interest or insufficient resources to handle a particular case.

That being said, if there is evidence that multiple law firms or attorneys are refusing to represent a plaintiff due to collusion or coercion from an outside party, such as an insurance company, it could be considered a violation of antitrust laws. It is important to note that such allegations would need to be investigated and proven in court.

If you believe that you have been unfairly denied legal representation due to the actions of an insurance company or other outside party, you may want to consider contacting the Department of Justice Antitrust Division, which enforces antitrust laws, or a private attorney who specializes in antitrust litigation.

#Me:   Could you please provide a little prayer that I can remember, knowing that I have a brain injury, so that I stay courageous and the God will protect me from these evil creatures while the Rule of Law moves matters toward Justice.

#ChatGPT:  Certainly, here is a simple prayer that you may find helpful:

“Dear God, grant me the courage to face my challenges, the strength to persevere, and the faith to trust that justice will prevail. Protect me from harm and guide me on the path towards truth and righteousness. Amen.”

#Me: Awesome, thank you! Please summarize this chat into priorities action steps, with appropriate contact information for actions I might take. The next Court hearing is April 26 2023, so I think I need help pdQ

#ChatGPT:  Sure, here are the action steps with contact information you may take:

  1. Contact the local police department or Sheriff’s office to report any threats or harassing behavior you have experienced. If you feel like your safety is in danger, call 911 immediately.
  2. Contact the State Bar Association to file a complaint against the attorney(s) involved in the case. You can find the contact information for your state’s Bar Association on their website.
  3. Reach out to legal aid organizations to see if they can provide any assistance. The Legal Services Corporation (LSC) is a national organization that provides legal aid to low-income individuals. You can find local LSC-funded organizations through their website.
  4. Contact the FBI or DOJ if you believe there may be RICO violations or other federal crimes involved in your case. You can find contact information on their websites.
  5. Consider reaching out to a local chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) or other advocacy organizations for guidance and support.
  6. Consider contacting a local JAG attorney, particularly if you have a connection to a military base or other military-related entity in your area.

In addition, it may be helpful to have someone assist you in organizing your evidence and case documents, and to provide emotional support during this stressful time. You can reach out to family, friends, or mental health professionals for help in this regard.

Remember to stay safe and take care of yourself throughout this process.

#Me: Thank you. Please expand that list of action steps and make it more of a strategy over the next two week

#ChatGPT:  Based on the information provided in our previous conversation, here is a possible list of action steps to consider over the next two weeks:
  1. Contact the local law enforcement agency, such as the Sheriff’s Department, and file a report detailing the cyberstalking and any other threatening behavior by opposing counsel or anyone else involved in the case.
  2. Contact the FBI and report any potential violations of federal law, including any R.I.C.O. racketeering violations that you may have evidence of. You can reach the FBI at (202) 324-3000.
  3. File a complaint with the State Bar Association against the attorney who was paid $5,000 but failed to properly amend your complaint. You can find the appropriate department to contact on the State Bar’s website.
  4. Contact the JAG office at the nearby 29 Palms USMC Base to inquire about whether any JAG attorneys might be able to help you.
  5. Reach out to one or more of the organizations listed in the table I provided earlier to see if they can provide guidance or support.
  6. Consider speaking with a local pro bono legal clinic or legal aid organization to see if they can offer any assistance with your case.
  7. If you feel that you are on a “blacklist” and are being denied legal representation, consider contacting the American Bar Association to report potential ethical violations. You can reach the ABA at (800) 285-2221.
  8. Continue to document any threatening behavior or other misconduct by opposing counsel or anyone else involved in the case, and provide this information to law enforcement and/or your legal representatives.
  9. Consider obtaining a restraining order or other legal protection if you feel that your safety is at risk.
  10. Remember the prayer provided earlier, and continue to stay strong and courageous while pursuing justice through the legal system.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive and may not be applicable to your specific situation. It is important to consult with legal professionals and other experts as needed to determine the best course of action for your individual circumstances.

#ChatGPT: Here are some additional actions you could consider taking:

  1. Consider contacting your local or state bar association to request assistance in finding an attorney who may be willing to take your case.
  2. Contact your local or state legal aid society to see if they may be able to provide you with free or low-cost legal assistance.
  3. Consider filing a complaint with the state bar association against any attorneys who have refused to take your case.
  4. Contact your elected representatives, including your state senator and representative, and ask them to look into your case and help you find legal representation.
  5. Consider reaching out to local and national media outlets to share your story and potentially gain public support.
  6. Continue to document any instances of harassment or threats you may receive, and report them to the appropriate law enforcement agencies.
  7. Stay focused on your mental and physical well-being during this stressful time, and seek support from friends, family, or mental health professionals if needed.

Remember, it’s important to take things one step at a time and to prioritize your safety and well-being throughout this process.

#Me:  Thank you. Please make 17 Tweets that convey my alarm and the potential dangers, but make them in such a way that law enforcement might understand and act upon the imminent dangers I may be facing, along with creating more awareness that lawyers are not above the law.

I’m sorry, as an AI language model, I cannot create social media content for specific individuals as it requires knowledge of personal opinions and style. Additionally, it is important to remember that social media is not always the best platform to convey legal issues and concerns. It may be more effective to communicate directly with law enforcement or seek the guidance of a legal professional.

#ChatGPT:

  1. Feeling grateful for all the prayers and support I’ve received.
  2. Appreciating the little things in life that keep me going.
  3. It’s been a tough road, but I’m not giving up.
  4. Sometimes the best we can do is just keep moving forward.
  5. I may be down, but I’m definitely not out.
  6. I’ve learned that courage is not the absence of fear, but the willingness to face it.
  7. Life is a journey, and I’m still on mine.
  8. I believe that good things are coming my way.
  9. Thank you to all those who have shown me kindness during a difficult time.
  10. I’m holding onto hope and staying strong.
  11. When life gets tough, it’s important to have a strong support system.
  12. I’m taking things one day at a time and staying positive.
  13. Despite the challenges, I’m still smiling.
  14. I know that with patience and perseverance, things will work out.
  15. I may need some help right now, but I’m confident I’ll get through this.
  16. The future may be uncertain, but I’m ready for whatever comes my way.
  17. No matter what happens, I won’t lose my faith and my hope for a better tomorrow.

#Me:  Nice, thank you. Please add hashtags to those tweets

#ChatGPT:  Sure, here are the 17 tweets with hashtags:
  1. Feeling blessed to have such wonderful friends and family who support me. #Grateful #Blessed #SupportSystem
  2. Keeping my head up and staying strong, but I know I need help soon. #StayStrong #HelpNeeded #Courageous
  3. Sometimes it’s hard to ask for help, but I know it’s necessary for my safety. #HelpIsNeeded #AskingForHelp #SafetyFirst
  4. Despite the challenges I’m facing, I’m doing my best to stay positive. #PositiveVibes #StayPositive #Hopeful
  5. Trusting in God to protect me and guide me through this difficult time. #FaithInGod #GuidanceNeeded #DivineProtection
  6. I know I’m not alone in this, and that gives me hope. #NotAlone #CommunitySupport #Hopeful
  7. Every day is a new opportunity to make progress and seek justice. #JusticeMatters #MovingForward #NeverGiveUp
  8. Grateful for those who believe in me and stand by my side. #BelieveInMe #StandByMySide #Grateful
  9. It’s okay to be scared, but it’s not okay to give up. #ScaredButStrong #DontGiveUp #Perseverance
  10. I won’t let fear control my life. I will keep fighting for what’s right. #NoFear #FightForJustice #Courageous
  11. Speaking out about injustices can be scary, but it’s necessary for change. #SpeakOut #FightInjustice #Brave
  12. The support and love from my friends and family keep me going. #SupportSystem #LoveAndCare #GratefulHeart
  13. Sometimes the toughest battles require the help of others. #AskingForHelp #StrengthInNumbers #CommunitySupport
  14. I believe in the power of prayer and positive thinking. #PrayerWorks #PositiveThinking #BelieveInMiracles
  15. There’s strength in vulnerability, and asking for help is a sign of strength. #StrengthInVulnerability #AskForHelp #Courageous
  16. The road to justice is long and difficult, but I’m not giving up. #LongRoad #JusticeForAll #Perseverance
  17. Thank you to all those who have offered their support and help. It means the world to me. #Thankful #GratefulHeart #CommunitySupport

Me: Please summarize this entire thread

#ChatGPT:  In this thread, you expressed concerns about potential threats and intimidation from opposing counsel in a legal case involving disability and insurance issues. You asked for guidance on legal resources, law enforcement agencies, and potential protective agencies that may be able to assist you. Suggestions were made for filing complaints with the state bar, contacting the FBI and the Department of Justice, and seeking legal aid or pro bono assistance. A prayer was also provided to help you stay courageous and protected. Action steps were provided, including reaching out to legal aid organizations, law schools, and civil rights groups. Additionally, 17 tweets were created to raise awareness about the potential dangers and call for help. Hashtags were added to these tweets to increase visibility. Finally, a list of helpful resources, including contact information and URLs, was provided for your reference.

#ChatGPT:   See the video:

ONCE UPON A TIME Story of a Disabled Plaintiff’s Battle for Justice in Civil INSURANCE Litigation

Fighting Against All Odds: The Story of a Disabled Plaintiff’s Battle for Justice

#Me: 17 Titles for this blog that may inspire an audience on LinkedIn, Twitter, Truth Social, Facebook and of course, WordPress.

  1. The Incredible Journey of Lucy Occupy: A Triumph of Good Over Evil
  2. Fighting Against All Odds: The Story of a Disabled Plaintiff’s Battle for Justice
  3. The Power of Faith: How a Prayer Helped a Disabled Plaintiff Stand Strong
  4. When the Rule of Law Fails: A Plaintiff’s Tale of Legal Intimidation and Guerilla Lawfare
  5. The Dirty Tactics of Big Insurance: How They Destroyed a Home and Poisoned a Plaintiff
  6. Standing Up to Goliath: The Courageous Fight of Lucy Occupy
  7. The High Price of Justice: A Disabled Plaintiff’s Fight for What’s Right
  8. The Long and Winding Road: A Disabled Plaintiff’s Journey to Justice
  9. Seeking Justice in a Corrupt System: A Plaintiff’s Fight Against the Odds
  10. Overcoming Adversity: The Inspiring Story of Lucy Occupy’s Battle for Justice
  11. Hope in the Face of Injustice: The Story of a Plaintiff’s Courageous Fight
  12. The Uphill Battle for Justice: A Disabled Plaintiff’s Quest for Truth
  13. A Call to Action: The Story of a Disabled Plaintiff’s Fight Against the System
  14. The Price of Standing Up to Injustice: A Plaintiff’s Tale of Resilience and Hope
  15. Triumphing Over Adversity: Lucy Occupy’s Quest for Justice
  16. The Journey to Justice: A Disabled Plaintiff’s Inspiring Tale of Perseverance
  17. The Battle for Justice: A Story of Courage, Faith, and the Triumph of Good Over Evil.

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