Posted 4/17/2011 5:32 AM (GMT -6)
Thanks Riddle. I appreciate your thoughts. BUT I could actually be politically screwed over MORE if these posts were ever found. It is me being PUBLIC about my case. In fact one of the people who investigated me said they Googled my name and found that I had made a post about post-op adhesions. No big deal, but I have also posted about my case, likely not smart of me to have done that, but there comes a point where you have to have the support you need to survive, hence my joining this site. PLUS, I have info on the medical political world that I honestly feel others should be warned of or be made aware that it exists.
As far as proving I was home, I could have done these posts from anywhere in the world on any computer. There is an old saying, "Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law." That applies to anyone who has been injured at the hands of the medical world. Sunday, today, I am vowing to finish up my defense of this silly undeserved investigation, merge it with a chronology of my whole ordeal, a copy of my law suit, my final claim appeal, an article about how horridly Iatrongenically injured patients are treated even politically even if they get their life saved, cc the whole thing to my atty and to my school, and end with a closing statement, "I would challenge anyone to go through what I did and be able to resume the rigors of full-time teaching as though nothing had happened to them. I know that I cannot. Respectfully submitted, Rosemary" send it to the ins co, Then the chips will fall where they will.
Then off on my next vacation. If I was totally secure that I would remain physically OK this would all not get me so much, but the truth is I could reobstruct of some left over adhesion at any second, would die, and nobody would give a flying hoot that I am dealing with; the "system" would just say "one less." It's a truly scary world. BUT with the better scenario I will stay OK, enjoy life as much as I can, successfully sue, then hopefully be able to affect some sort of change. I want to work toward getting better legislation to get repeatedly sued surgeons out of the OR. My defendants do the same procedure as they did on me twice per week. The lucky patients end up with bags and the unlucky just die. This goes on twice per week. This is criminal medicine for profit and there is no vehicle to prevent it. Even if I win my suit and recoup all lost benefits and so on, my defendants will keep on doing this. The Med Board is FOR doctors, not patients. I talked to an iatrogenically injured man and he said we need a patient board of medicine in each state where repeat offender docs are dealt with. What I learned is that unless a doc breaks a law as in drug abuse, sexual molestation, non-payment of taxes and so on, they are immune from consequence. This I have found to be true. My defendants have a team total of 13 suits and 5 claims on them, that is way tooooo many. Any doc can have one or two suits in a career but 13 is over the edge. They may even have more, but 13 is all I can find.
So thanks for your ideas, I wish there were a vehicle to get injured patients not to be viewed as the criminal, but they are, sadly, plus WE get investigated. Thanks for your ideas and understanding, Rosemary