Originally Posted by CarlGeo
His remarks 'handicapped people don't mean nothing to me' is grounds for a civil suit against him and his employer.
Handicapped people must be respected and accommodations made for them at all facilities. There are attorneys who specialize in these matters, and would be more than happy to take your case.
Further, this is a government facility, and the DOJ would be interested in this issue also. Please report this incident to the District Supervisor because with his attitude towards the disabled, he is unfit for his job.
I did have witnesses; and yes I reported it to the headquarters in Pittsburgh, also reported it to the District supervisor also sent a letter to the office in Washington. so far the only answer I have got in four months was a reply from the Pitsburgh office (a form letter).
As to attorneys handling this (or for that madder) any case against a government employee, forget it, I tried; none, 0, nada, they "all" told me the same thing, a waste of money and time. Unless you have bottomless pockets full of cash you want to throw away.
This man has some real problems; There is a saying: what goes around, comes around. Some day, I won't see it but I"m sure it will come; with his attidute, it will come to him.
I have moved on with my life and unless I"m told this ranger is no longer at the Loyalhanna campground I just won't go there any more.