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  1. Also, please don't assume that I'm messy and my dog is untrained.
  2. What I mean is that it is mind-boggling that he does not seem to be aware of the concept of service animals or emotional support animals.
  3. Thank you, this is the most helpful response I've gotten. I've done my research and I'm already knowledgeable on all of the other information shared here. The main issue is that my landlord refuses to accept that there is a difference between a pet and an ESA, which is mind-boggling considering he's a landlord. I understand that a lot of people have abused this process, which is why I'm fighting to stay. I don't believe that the scammers should be able to ruin this right for the rest of us. Also to note, I live in an area where it's very difficult to find a pet-friendly place where they don't charge an absurd amount for rent. So it's not that simple to just move.
  4. Ok, to get to the point here, if my landlord is flat out refusing my legitimate documentation and does not ask me to ask my doctor to fill out any additional paperwork and instead gives me a 60-day notice or raises my rent drastically (and I can legitimately prove, in writing, that both of these actions are a direct result of my ESA living in the house) is my next step to file a complaint to the Department of Fair Housing and Employment? How does that process work? If they do "investigate" my complaint, how long will it take to come to a resolution? If it does come to that point, what other actions should I take? Are there advocacy groups that I can get advice from in this specific topic (the rights of ESA owners)?
  5. I'm not going to disclose that information online so thanks for your time. Also, just FYI, emotional support animals do not need to be "trained" to perform a specific function.
  6. I'm not sure why you assume this is a scam. Any legitimate answers would be appreciated.
  7. I just adopted a dog who is an emotional support animal (I have the letter of permission from my primary care physician). I let my landlord know (and sent him the letter) and he promptly let me know that I need to either move out or I need to get rid of the dog. My lease is month-to-month and it's very obvious that my landlord is giving me a 60-day notice to move out because of the emotional service animal. What's my best option here to keep my ESA and not have to move out?
  8. You're right, it's a summons. She is suing for $50,000. Thanks for the info.
  9. I got into a minor fender bender in Oct 2013. I hit a car in front of me and the man in the car hit a woman in a van in front of him. The man filed a claim which came through my insurance company. No one filed a police report. The woman did not file a claim through my insurance company. My mother (owner of the car I was driving) and I just received a subpoena because the woman who was in the van is suing us for lost wages and medical bills for an extraneous amount of money. She tried to make a claim through her insurance company for medical bills and lost wages but the insurance company would not process the claim. What can I do to fight this?
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