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Very good,have you seen all the mentally ill that ...

2008-06-03T23:31:00.000-05:00

Very good,have you seen all the mentally ill that post on Ratemds.com? It's sad.



TRICK OR TREAT MEHmmmmm. So somewhere in the far ...

2008-04-30T02:57:00.000-05:00

TRICK OR TREAT ME
Hmmmmm. So somewhere in the far off reaches of Canada, north of the border, this poor old man was
kinda being underserved by his hot shot medical team, despite all reasonable attempts at care & intervention. Seniors are known to be non-compliant, yes.... What to do? When nothing else works, call Adult Protective Services! Not only can they get into everyone's medical records (forget about HIPPA, guys & gals), but I would have LOVED to see the expression on Doctor Zhivago's beautiful, arrogant face. How many people do you know who can level the playing field, six-feet under, during a PCP's business hours? At least one, and her name would be......Can't say that, can I. Actually, we were just trying to save you ER docs from that myxedemic geezer coding in your fine ER. I thought you would appreciate the attempts, as does the old geezer. One life saved, one primary......ohhhh, don't go there. I am so in trouble if Dr. Zhivago reads this. I sure hope you docs have a sense of humor. Blessings, Nefertiti
(post TAHBSO)
(& fighting for her young)



sc: good advice. Fadgirl: sc is a smart cookie....

2008-04-29T22:44:00.000-05:00

sc: good advice. Fadgirl: sc is a smart cookie. That's what Richter thinks, not that Richter is much of an authority on law, blood, neighbors driveways, or anything, really, (poor misunderstood) Richter.



anon that rhymes with fadgirlReading your story ma...

2008-04-29T22:14:00.000-05:00

anon that rhymes with fadgirl

Reading your story makes me angry that this is what we have come to. Ward Cleaver would have forced Wally to go and apologize for getting blood on the neighbors driveway had he broken his finger there. At the very least, let your kids know that this guy is the devil and his kids are spawn of the devil, and to stay as far away as possible.



"shit likes this gets under my skin and i can't le...

2008-04-29T22:05:00.000-05:00

"shit likes this gets under my skin and i can't let it rest. here's a suggestion. go to a porn store and get the inserts out of all manner of gay porn mags. sign him up. done. no fingerprints! and now that i mention it i did not recommend this and i mean it merely as a joke. do not commit mail fraud! something along these lines though... oh, it would be delicious"

911: tricky.
You can't give out medical advice on this blog, so you stick to porn advice. good thinking. I'm so proud of yopu!
(devorahh? spellchecer advice?)



You bet--anytime. And I've never sued anyone in m...

2008-04-29T21:12:00.000-05:00

You bet--anytime. And I've never sued anyone in my personal capacity either, except for divorce, and that was so low key that I was the acting attorney for both of us (he thought it was boring).



Devorrah-I'd never sue you. In fact that is what m...

2008-04-29T20:52:00.000-05:00

Devorrah-I'd never sue you. In fact that is what makes this all so baffling to me. I wouldn't sue anyone unless they purposely hurt me, and even then I'd probably just walk away.

I'm sure it will all be fine, but it's so stressful right now!

We are working with our homeowners insurance guy and also have a lawyer on the backburner just in case. Thanks everyone for all your help/support.



And don't panic: this is everyday stuff for insur...

2008-04-29T20:03:00.000-05:00

And don't panic: this is everyday stuff for insurance companies and lawyers, and they are there to fight this guy for you. The kid was on your property, even if you didn't know it, and there is an implied duty to know what's going on on your property, especially if this family has established a habit of letting the kid come over.
Please try not to worry. I'll include you in my prayers, and try to let the wheels of justice/insurance do their work.

Take care, and I hope this helps. Seriously, my Dad constantly staked out, confronted, shook down and dragged into court assholes like your neighbor all the time: You're not alone, and the there are plenty of assholes on your side as well (-:



I don't think you need to be scared at this point,...

2008-04-29T19:53:00.000-05:00

I don't think you need to be scared at this point, unless your gut tells you otherwise. You're right, though. this is what homeowner's insurance is for, so let them take over--they don't want to pay either. I used to work insurance defense, I know.
Call your insurance company and let the insurance adjusters sort it out. They have lawyers for that purpose. My Dad ran an insurance adjusting company, so he did this for a living. It doesn't sound like the guy is bringing a civil action, so I'm not sure you need a lawyer yet. I would NOT go over there yourself to tell him to keep his kids off your property--I would write a letter pronto, keeping a copy of course. I would tell him that you will file trespassing charges against his kid if he is on your property. It's important to make a "paper trail" and keep a written log of all encounters. I don't think it's likely a judge will issue a restraining order at this point, as you have to exhaust other reasonable measures first. You also want a witness to any interactions you have with this guy. I would get a TRO if the kids won't stay off: You don't even need a lawyer for that--it's pretty easy: Abused women do it all the time (forms available at www.nolopress.com). I would probably prefer to let a lawyer handle it, though, for the intimidation value. But this is just my opinion, I don't practice any more, and I don't carry malpractice insurance. So don't sue me! Any more ideas, anybody?



Just a minute, let me go back and read your initia...

2008-04-29T19:39:00.000-05:00

Just a minute, let me go back and read your initial post--just got back.



anon, get a lawyer's advice. call DCS. fire with f...

2008-04-29T19:24:00.000-05:00

anon,
get a lawyer's advice. call DCS. fire with fire now. enough of the shit. call the police and get a restraining order. lawyers? please help our good friend.

richter is banned for reasons that should remain private.



Fuck fuck fuckity fuck! The dad just rang our doo...

2008-04-29T18:56:00.000-05:00

Fuck fuck fuckity fuck! The dad just rang our doorbell again. He wants us to call our insurance company and said we need to pay because his son is having surgery. What an ass. I get that homeowners insurance is for this reason, but once we file a claim, our insurance will go up, our claim free discount will decrease and we will have to pay our $500 (?not positive because we have never had to use it before!) deductible. This is what being nice gets a person. I have taken care of this kid outside and fed him snacks for months! The dad can rot in hell for all I care. I still love the little boy, but there is no fucking way the kid will ever be allowed on our property in his lifetime. I feel mostly bad for my daughter because she loves this kid. Is it possible to get a restraining order for a 7 year old? Because I think that's the only way we can keep him off our property!

My husband travels all the time and I am sort of afraid to be alone here when he keeps ringing my doorbell to "talk". I live in a nice neighborhood! What the hell is going on????

What's the scoop with Richter? I think I missed that drama!

I apologize for taking over your comments with all my drama today!



richter, do not post here again. you are banned. f...

2008-04-29T18:34:00.000-05:00

richter,
do not post here again. you are banned. follow my advice delivered in our private email exchange. best of luck to you but your posts will be promptly deleted here and if you make any threats on this blog, like you just kind of did, i will call the police and have them arrest you before you know what hit you.



I know, I feel the same way too. Calcium suppleme...

2008-04-29T17:35:00.000-05:00

I know, I feel the same way too. Calcium supplements didn't help me, and I've always taken them, as I'm a vegetarian. I too am in good shape, average weight, and I don't even have small bones. My last boyfriend said we wishes he was as muscular as I am. And here I am. My ortho surgeon said it's the soda, as I'm such a good girl health-wise. It doesn't even run in my family. Ask your doctor (that's what I"m supposed to say, right?)



What if I drink soda/pop and take calcium suppleme...

2008-04-29T17:30:00.000-05:00

What if I drink soda/pop and take calcium supplements? I am supposedly at higher risk of osteoporosis because of my super suppressed TSH level (.03) and also because I have small bones to begin with. I don't drink alcohol, I don't do drugs, I need my pop/soda!



Amy, You see why I left the law. By the way, Am...

2008-04-29T17:20:00.000-05:00

Amy,
You see why I left the law. By the way, Amy and Radgirl, don't drink sodas. I've just been diagnosed with osteoporosis (only in my lower spine), and I'm only 45. Osteopenia in the rest of my spine. I'm taking drugs (Actonel) to treat it, and I'm having trouble with the drugs (that's the only reason I'm commenting during the workday). Soda is bad for your bones, and I've been drinking a lot of Diet Coke since I was about 10. Shit. I'm off to the Dr. now...



Just one of those things my math > my English. And...

2008-04-29T17:17:00.000-05:00

Just one of those things my math > my English. And my silliness > crankiness. :-)



SORRY, failed mathbark >>>>> bite

2008-04-29T17:12:00.000-05:00

SORRY,
failed math

bark >>>>> bite



I hate our letigious society. Not to stress you o...

2008-04-29T17:05:00.000-05:00

I hate our letigious society. Not to stress you out Radgirl, but be careful. Sometimes the biggest lawsuit threats come from outside our borders. I lived in Tucson for the last 4 years. Recently we had a case where some illegals crossed into a property on the border. The property owner "captured" them at gun point and called the police, I believe. The illegals sued him, and the judge awarded them his ranch. It sucks that lawsuits govern behavior, and make human decency virtually impossible in many instances.



I think he's saying it's the other way around.

2008-04-29T17:02:00.000-05:00

I think he's saying it's the other way around.



You're bark is less than your bite?

2008-04-29T16:41:00.000-05:00

You're bark is less than your bite?



devorrah, don't worry, with me bark

2008-04-29T16:15:00.000-05:00

devorrah,
don't worry, with me bark <<<<< bite.



My insurance company was desperately looking for s...

2008-04-29T15:45:00.000-05:00

My insurance company was desperately looking for someone to sue after my idiot son fell off a cliff. Sue me for failure to use birth control!



A lot of times it seems like parents get mad and l...

2008-04-29T15:43:00.000-05:00

A lot of times it seems like parents get mad and lash out when confronted with evidence of their own negligence or bad parenting.



anonymous-you are scaring me! But part of our hom...

2008-04-29T15:41:00.001-05:00

anonymous-you are scaring me! But part of our homeowners insurance covers that kind of stuff so I guess it would be ok even if that happened. It would make me livid, but I guess as long as the kid gets taken care of (and never comes near our house again even though he is a sweet little boy) I would be happy.