My workers compensation claim was made in the State of: Rhode Island.
The WC lawyer hired a PI to stalk me and interrogate my neighbors, followed me across state lines , and the real problem I have is , he contacted my wife at her place of business and claimed to be from "UPS Loss Prevention" and said UPS was having trouble delivering something to her/me/us and gleaned information about my wife's work and when my wife asked what was being delivered, he said he didn't know but it was from (name withheld to protect my ex-wife's privacy) essentially my ex-wife on the West Coast where I lived for twenty-plus years.
Why not on of my other friends on the West Coast?
Why my ex-wife?
This has caused alot of strife between us and that went on until the WC attorney , at a pretrial hearing, produced the results of their "surveillance". Now we know what that bizarre phone call was about and I've somewhat talked her down, explaining that I've had no contact with my ex since 1994.
I've spoken to my neighbors and I have a good description of this ass-clown PI, and since his company, Roman & Associates is out of Lynbrook, NY , I figure I'm looking for a car with New York plates and most likely an off-duty cop looking type inside with a camera.
I'm in alot of pain most of the time and I don't really need to get in a tussle with anyone but since he wants to mess with my marriage, I figure I can cause him an equal amount of anxiety. But, not until I'm sure I have no legal recourse.
If it turns out he's within the law to try to disrupt my marriage, why then, I'll believe it's within the law for me to wish he chose another profession. This won't be hard to do.
So, is it legal to try to cause problems to an injured parties marriage in order to scare them into dropping their case?