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Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.
My apologies to you and your situation. However I am unclear as to your question. A case against what, exactly? Being treated horribly is not inherently a crime, nor does it somehow terminate a contract. Please understand that I have not read the contract that you signed with your Doctor, but if it stated that you are liable if you change your mind, he is within his rights to demand compensation. And that has nothing to do with your disability since there is no limitation on what contracts you can enter into as someone disabled. This may be punishment on their end, or it may be contractual, so it would likely be wise for you to check what you signed and what you promised--if it clearly states in the document that you have to pay part of the fees even if you change your mind, then the doctor is not acting improperly.
Thank you for your follow-up, Mary.
My apologies but I can only work with what was provided, I cannot answer or make presumptions about information that may not have existed. I am sorry if you are disappointed, but as we are communicating via a limited medium here, I can only work with the facts provided. As far as speaking via phone, I do apologize but I do not engage in such services because it may violate my state bar limitations. I can, however, discuss via Skype if you wish, but be aware that doing so would not create an attorney/client relationship or any representation claims. It will however help you with communicating the whole story to me if you felt that my information was too limited on existing facts. Please advise.