I want to sue my old landlord. The amount wouldn't be too much so I could do it in small claims court.
I had searched the internet and found some free legal advice from the Legal Service Society. I booked a meeting with them and got a bad feeling and abruptly told them I wasn't interested and left. I don't mean to sound prejudice but the girl in the meeting was very young (early 20s) and emphasized how she couldn't give me legal advice so I was a bit confused as to why I was there. I think her job was to collect information and then give it to the actual lawyer. Is this normal?
Also she had me sign something saying I expressly waive any right to legal action I may have against the people advising me and their organization. Is this normal?
She had asked me if I wanted to communicate through mail or e-mail and I thought that was and I had been under the impression this was a one time visit. I'm having trouble finding the right words, but how can I find out what to expect from working with them?
I feel really bad as I basically told the girl I didn't want to work with her and she almost started crying. Did I over react?