As many of you know, I moved from Fremont to Touhy to help out Ken Ditkowsky when the ARDC suddenly, and without warning summarily suspended his law license, I moved to his offices and helped the best I could with transferring his cases and making sure that clients were not disappointed or left behind in the wake of Ken’s being honest and truthful, despite all odds.
Subsequently, Ken’s office was flooded with sewage (black water) due to a broken stack pipe. It happened once when I came (about mid March) and then because they did not replace the bathroom stacks, it happened again, about mid May. Landlord (Imperial) did not seem to care much, and they did no black water remediation the second time around, so after a couple of weeks, in the heat and humidity, sever mold started to grow. Ken and I emailed building management, but received no response. Then, Ken’s long time friend and CPA, Joe Dubow got quite ill and had to leave every day very early due to exhaustion. He thought it was a cold. He went to his doctor. I gave him Lypospheric vitamin C, plenty of it, and despite this, he was very ill. I told him if that didn’t knock it out, it had to be something, very, very serious. It was. It was the black water mold.
To shorten the story, I have to move again. Sigh. But all during this time, I will continue to blog and not let any of my probate and court corruption victims down. So continue to send your stories and comments and I will help you all out and continue to publish during yet a 3rd move.
I can’t stay here, so we’re moving to the 1st floor, which is very good because many probate victims come in wheel chairs. I now have plenty of parking, which is not the case with 1512 N Fremont, as many of you will recall. That building also had severe problems in that I work all hours, often leave late at night and that neighborhood isn’t all that great. Niles is much better. Plus, there is tons of parking out back here. And it’s 10 min. from my house. Many benefits all around.
If anyone has time and ability, I will be moving in items from my house and garage which were stored during this transition period. I also have a POD with all my files (and your files) which will be arriving first thing tomorrow. I will be here. Then I have a hearing in the afternoon. Sigh. Email me if you can help me move or you know of anyone free or cheap (ie, free pizza or Al’s Beef, which is right next door).
So bring me your poor, your tired (of court) and weary (of court corruption) and I will help you. I spend tons of time on helping people. Now I need a bit of help moving to my new office so I can continue to do good work for the many victims of corruption in the Cook County Court system and nationwide.
If you can’t do this because you lack funds or physical strength, just let me know and I will pray for you.