Levi Quackenboss is Done Playing Nice: How To File a Complaint Against Your Pediatrician Who Vaccinated Your Child
Note: There's as saying, "Don't reinvent the wheel." We're not. Levi Quackenboss has written a sharp post about a strategy many of you have probably seen recently on Facebook that puts and end to passivity vis a vis vaccine injury. It's below.
If someone runs over your child, do you sue the car company or the driver?
Where did you go for your child's vaccinations? For the majority of us, we went to American Academy of Pediatrics board certified doctors. They have operated unscathed throughout the autism epidemic as far as I can see. My girls are 21, 20 and 16. We've moved several times and had six or seven pediatric practices over the years. All but one have been the pediatric version of puppy mills. In and out. 8 minutes per child on the schedule. Not one - ONE - doctor has had a single piece of usable advice for me regarding my daughters' autism beyond, "Early intervention and school." Every single one has looked to me, Mom, for information, answers on how to treat my kids. They have been kind but clueless and bereft of curiosity. Imagine a Mom walking into a practive with three (!) daughters with autism and the doctor is blase. No questions. No, "Holy cow, lady, what's going on here?"
My kids have not had eye exams. "They can't tell us what they see." My kids have not had hearing tests. "They can't tell us if they can hear the sound. She won't put on the headphones." The lack of medical treatment has been negligent. And then there's vaccination. It's time for pediatricians to feel the outcome of their work. I'll let Levi explain below.
Also on FB yesterday, a link to a graphic that shows pediatricians' sales bonuses for vaccinating patients. Find it at The Wellness and Equality site: How Much Money Do Pediatricians Really Make From Vaccines?How Much Money Do Pediatricians Really Make From Vaccines?
By Levi Quackenboss
We’ve seen it time and time again in the past four years. People on our side try going about their business, living their lives. People on their side are giving handjobs to politicians and taking away our parenting rights. They’re always making offensive moves, pushing through new legislation each year, and we’re sitting around trying to predict how to respond to it.
California passed SB 277 and we filed a law suit a year later. Texas tried passing something like 13 vaccination laws in 2015 and we showed up and defeated every one. They started infiltrating our Florida and Texas public schools with flu shots and coercive letters and the Texans for Vaccine Choice sent cease and desist letters.
You know what? Screw that. I’m done playing nice. Done acting like this has been some kind of civil discussion for the past four years. In this last quarter of 2016 I’m going on the offensive, and I hope you join me because this is going to be fun.
None of this was my idea but there’s no need to name the guy who came up with this plan if you know him, so don’t go putting his name in the comments.
Here’s the plan: if you’ve got a kid who became autistic, allergic, epileptic, or diabetic after childhood vaccines, you’ve got to file a complaint against that doctor. Gone are the days of being told it was a coincidence. No more will we quietly find a like-minded physician and transfer care. Today is the day to take the first step to standing up and saying, “What happened to my child was unacceptable, and it’s time they answer for it.”
It’s not going to be difficult and I’ll hold your hand through it. Let’s do it together. Four easy steps.
The first thing is to order your child’s medical records. You are entitled to ALL records under HIPAA. Handwritten notes, vaccine records, everything. Your (hopefully former) doctor’s office has the right to charge you a reasonable fee for copying the records, so be prepared to pay up to $20 or $30 for the service. They’ll probably send you a credit card authorization form first, or you can leave a check if you go to the office in person to make the request. If you call, they might ask you to email them a written request, so be prepared to jump through a couple of hoops, no big deal. Just play along.
If you don’t receive the records within five working days call and email them again and let them know you’re on the brink of filing a HIPAA complaint if you don’t get them emailed or faxed to you immediately. The records will miraculously appear within a half hour.
Step two: examine the records. Your child’s vaccine reaction is not documented? You don’t say! No mention of high pitched screaming? No concern about the blank stare? No neurological exam when the head circumference rocketed to the 90th percentile?
Did your doctor file a VAERS complaint like they are obligated to? Of course not.
All of this will go in your complaint to your own state’s medical board.
Step three: look up the complaint form for your state’s medical board. I’m guessing all of this is available to do online now. I don’t have the bandwith to look up the medical boards for all 50 states, so just Google your state’s name with the words “file complaint” and “medical board.” It’ll pop up.
If you’re in California, please do this immediately. This board needs their noses rubbed in their own stinking pile of crap more than anyone. Click here for the online form for the California medical board. New York isn’t far behind, so click here. Texas needs a booster kick in the nuts, so click here. Mississippi… I just can’t even. Click here.
Read more at the Levi Quackenboss blog here.