(Intermediate) LL-TENANT SUIT FOR DAMAGES. Potential client (PC) seeks assistance suing her former property management company after they illegally entered her unit and disposed of all of her belongings, including high-value items like her furniture, three televisions, two computers, and jewelry that she planned to pass down to her children, as well as her social security card and birth certificate and family photos, including Plaintiff’s only pictures of her granddaughter, who recently passed away. Property management did so on the mistaken belief that PC had moved out, when, in fact, only one of the two tenants in the unit, PC’s adult daughter, had moved out and turned in her keys. PC is a low-income tenant with a fixed income and a housing choice voucher, so cannot afford a private attorney. Volunteer would represent PC for purpose of suing management for money damages, under statutory and contract theories.