The case

This blog pertains to the lawsuit I filed against the government, in pro per status, seeking compensation for damages I suffered after discovering a previous employer illegal, because it was a suspended corporation at all times of my employment and I suffered a life changing physical injury.  I am awaiting payment or an attorney. (more…)

Images: Neck mass

This morning when I woke in a fog of facial paralysis, rolling eyes, and pounding head I decided to try and take some photos of the mass in my neck as the inability to “see” is enough to make a crazy woman insane.  Surprisingly the photos were not difficult and I did not require tracking down additional equipment and programing the camera to auto capture images, but with the tumor attached to my arm that I use with the camera, better images can be taken.

It has been nearly 2 years since I notified the government of my demand for payment and over one since this case was filed.  Given I worked on inmate lawsuits pertaining to poor medical care I find myself wondering why I wonder why the government has not stepped in to save a life.  It is typical of the government to not concern itself with the health of its people and find the “free healthcare for everyone” which changed to an inclusion of the word insurance, at some time, to be interesting and not within the mind of the government to provide healthcare to the people.  It was also stated the new healthcare for the people was mandatory but there has not been a knock upon my door or movement by these Defendants to direct me to a free hospital for what may be a life saving procedure.   I understand that the healthcare for everyone is merely nothing more than healthcare insurance law reform, which probably pertains to inmates and the ability of the government to obtain healthcare insurance policies on each inmate and not the people like me who suffer from an excluded problem, “employment injury”, and no income because of the employment, which prevent the obtainment of a policy.  However, the reform act does remove the regulation that preexisting injury can longer be a cause for higher rates, denial, or cancellation of policy and my mass has yet to be provided a history of existence.  So long as the history of the existence remains unattached or caused by the employment injury I should be capable of healthcare insurance without fear of imprisonment for fraud.  The mass though seems to be connected to the employment injury through the permitting of a foreign object to hide within my body because the pain medications would not allow the brain to recognize the pain and symptoms … though I do recall requesting a body scan at some time because this crazy woman thought once she had a tumor on her spine.  What could have been had healthcare reform been present and allowed for exploratory procedures.  Turns out … I got many tumors … and many questions … I remain to find hope in those whom jobs were called upon have done just that.

Images follow:

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Draft: Opposition to dismiss (Calif.)

(11/24/13) – This is a draft of an opposition to the State should they file a motion to dismiss based upon the ruling of their demurrer.
(07/21/14) Portions: moot issue of workers’ compensation and non-mandatory of RTC 19719 still need re-working since having been researched.

DOCUMENT:
Opposition to dismissal by the State (draft and unfiled)
This is a draft revision and is incomplete.
– updated 11/24/2013 – the research
– updated 07/21/2014 – confused by finding / minutes vs. judgment (omission of barring)

Draft: Motion to file first amended

(03/06/14) – This is a draft of a motion for permission to file a first amended complaint.  I am still continuing to research and work out the issues of the case and am preparing this motion, out of fear there is a motion to dismiss filed rather than payment made, so I will be prepared.

DOCUMENT:
Motion for permission to file a first amended complaint (draft and unfiled)
This is a draft revision and is incomplete.
Revised: 12/01/2013
Revised: 03/03/2014
Revised: 03/06/2014 – the amendments of Calif.

California: statement of the case

The demurrer of the State of California having been heard, sustained without leave to amend, and still working on the case I provided a statement of the case to the State of California.  The statement was incomplete and still contained errors that needed to be worked out, but I provided a settlement offer and notice of intent to amend the complaint, all of which was ignored.

Statement of the case – State of California

* The issue of the case barred by statute of limitations was not addressed.

Thousand Oaks: statement of the case

The demurrer of the City of Thousand Oaks having been heard, sustained without leave to amend, and still working on the case I provided a statement of the case to the City of Thousand Oaks.  The statement was incomplete and still contained errors that needed to be worked out, but I provided a settlement offer and notice of intent to amend the complaint, all of which was ignored.

Statement of the case – City of Thousand Oaks

* The typo of the demurrer, Municipal Code 3-1.04 vs. 3-1.25, was not questioned.

Ventura: statement of the case

The demurrer of the County of Ventura having been heard, sustained without leave to amend, and still working on the case I provided a statement of the case to the County of Ventura.  The statement was incomplete and still contained errors that needed to be worked out, but I provided a settlement offer and notice of intent to amend the complaint, all of which was ignored.

Statement of the case – County of Ventura

California: Demurrer to original

The State of California demurred to the original civil complaint in February 2013 and the hearing was set for March 18, 2013, wherein the court sustained the demurrer without leave to amend despite request to do so.

Demurrer to the complaint - State of California

Thousand Oaks: Demurrer to original

The City of Thousand Oaks demurred to the original civil complaint in February 2013 and the hearing was set for March 13, 2013, wherein the court sustained the demurrer without leave to amend despite request to do so.

Demurrer to the complaint – City of Thousand Oaks

Civil Complaint

The original civil complaint for damages was filed January 15, 2013 in Ventura County Superior Court.

Original civil complaint

Leg. History: Taxation

This is the first preliminary draft of the legislative history of taxation in California, beginning in 1850 and continuing until 2014, and as is here, 1996-2000 are years with applicable laws.

The research is necessary as it is required by Govt. Code 815.6 to show the intent of the legislature to fulfill elements of the code pertaining to mandatory and type of injury.

Draft:
Legislative History for Taxation

Leg. History: Corporations

This is the first preliminary draft of the legislative history of corporations in California, beginning in 1850 and continuing until 2014, and as is here, 1996-2000 are years with applicable laws.

The research is necessary as it is required by Govt. Code 815.6 to show the intent of the legislature to fulfill elements of the code pertaining to mandatory and type of injury.

Draft:
Legislative History for Corporations

Leg. History: Employment

This is the first preliminary draft of the legislative history of employment laws in California, beginning in 1850 and continuing until 2014, and as is here, 2000 thru 2003 are years with applicable laws.

The research is necessary as it is required by Govt. Code 815.6 to show the intent of the legislature to fulfill elements of the code pertaining to mandatory and type of injury.

Draft:
Legislative History for Employment laws

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