Keith's Story of Hope | Housing Law
Keith King came home to an eviction notice on his door. Mr. King’s landlord sued him for nonpayment of rent but never notified him of the eviction lawsuit. With Legal Aid’s help, Mr. King got the eviction judgment vacated, finding that his subsidy provider had simply stopped making payments to the landlord. Legal Aid also helped Mr. King find a new apartment closer to friends and family, with a new subsidy provider.
Leticia's story of hope | Public Benefits Law
Leticia Flores receives Personal Care Aide in-home services for 16 hours a day, but her hours were reduced after an assessment despite no change in her condition. With Legal Aid’s help, Ms. Flores challenged the reduction, ultimately getting her hours restored.
Alvonette's story of Hope | Public Benefits Law
Alvonette Grimes fell behind on her mortgage after a debilitating car accident, but her mortgage company denied her application for a loan modification. With Legal Aid’s help, Ms. Grimes was able to get the modification and catch up on her mortgage payments.