My question involves my now ex-boss, ex-coworker (who also was sleeping with my ex-boyfriend and stole my jewelry), my now deceased ex-boyfriend and his young girlfriend on the side (who also stole my valuables). They and the bank manager were all in cahoots together who stole over $75k of my money from my bank account. Domestic abuse was also involved, and my boss (who needed 35K to get his teeth implants, and later purchased a second home in Nevada, then being sneaking on the phone and computer) used the mail to be sure to get and accept the mail from them, which a letter came with my whole name on it -including my maiden name. It was hand printed in all scribble. I thought it was strange that I would get mail at work with all my names on it. After all, I worked in accounts receivable and did collections. One day my boss and a co-worker went to lunch together, telling me that we get mail from next door about the other properties he owns and rents out.
Although everyone knew me by my first and last name, and not the other previous married name and maiden name, when I was about to open that mail, my boss and coworker came back from lunch. My boss ripped the letter out of my hand and said, “Good. You got the mail.” I asked him why I was getting mail there with my whole name. He argued with me, denying it was my name, and shouted at me to get back to work. When I did collections, he wanted me to have customers pay with their credit card, which I did and collected a lot. He was using the credit card machine to take small amounts out of my account, after a co-worker asked in front of the boss if the bank called me when large amounts were put on my card, my boss asked for my bank account numbers and mother’s maiden name.
My boyfriend then diverted me from reconciling my bank accounts. The bank manger refused to let me change accounts when I told him something terrible was wrong and knew how to catch the thief red handed. The assistant manager, who called me when large amounts came out, saw me crying and asked what was wrong. I told her, and she turned to the bank manager and asked, “Why can’t she do that? He whispers to her and she goes back to her desk. He gets up and goes to a phone behind the tellers. She sees that comes to me and tells me to take my money and put it in a CD. He sees her talking to me, puts phone down comes and asks what she said to me. I told him I want to put my money in a CD. He gets mad and leaves his desk. The assistant manager and a teller helped me.
When I got home within an hour my boyfriend starts screaming at me, “Why did you take your money out? Where did you put it?” Then his friends start yelling at me, asking the same questions.
Three days later, I lost my job. The CD had to be broken several times because the $10K I left in my account disappeared fast, too. I became too ill to figure out what was happening. I have brain cancer and stress makes me incapacitated and too confused to concentrate. I have gotten papers from the court I am filling out now to file before the statue is up on in mid August. The papers are for personal injury, property damage and wrongful death the court clerk gave me after I explained the situation.
I am indigent, so I qualify for wavier of the filing fees. The trouble is, I’m confused about which box to choose from among all the options on the Civil Case cover sheet, and if a jury. or then estimated hours and days, and complex, extensive motion practice raising difficult or novel issues that will be time-consuming to resolve, a substantial amount of documentary evidence (Bank statements I had to buy showing monies removed by credit card and ATMs).
I can't afford an attorney to help me because I have nothing. I did call a few attorneys who never returned my calls. I met this judge who told me to file right away before the statute runs out, which I’m trying to do now. To say the least, I am very stressed about what to do. Any advice?