Disabled veteran with PTSD, bilateral amputee says HOA won't let him have ramps at houseWZTV
by AJ Abell
February 28th 2019
She says the neighbor threatened them with a $1 million lawsuit if they put in the ramps, so now, just to get outside, he has to get out of his wheelchair and physically walk down the stairs where he could easily fall down.NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — A disabled Vietnam War veteran says his Hermitage neighborhood won’t let him put ramps over the steps of his house because they don’t look good and don’t follow the HOA regulations.
Selross Adams and her husband William just moved to the Meadows of Seven Points neighborhood about a year ago.
He’s a disabled Vietnam veteran with PTSD and is considered a bilateral amputee, so – with help from the VA – the two have turned their house into a special adaptive home.
Adams says, right before they could close on the home, their next door neighbor said the ramps had to go because they don’t look good.
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