Dr. Sam Sugar joins us this evening! We will be talking at length about patients rights. When are they applicable? When do they end? At what point does HIPAA end and the de facto death certificate referred to as guardianized "ward" begin?
If you are hospitalized due to illness and have not been declared a "ward", what right does the state and its agencies and agents have to intervene in your care or decisions?
Dr Sugar has also helped to author a bill in the Florida legislature FL SB412 which calls for revision of standing statutes and protection from predators working within the probate/family court system.
Why should anyone, by virtue of disability, and/or unproven mental incompetence lose all of their Constitutional protections and rights?
Why should anyone be "dead in the law" because they were deemed an "ward" of the court?
At what point does the individual cease to exist and to have rights, especially when no "team of experts" has determined them to be incapacitated?
Why should vulnerability allow a predator to loot the estates, take SS and veterans checks, personal belongings, valuable property for their own purposes.
Dr.Sam Sugar has much to say about all of this.
These and many other questions will be addressed along with Dr. Sugar's Florida legislation that calls for major changes in the care and treatment of the elderly and others who fall prey to the organized criminal rings operating in our family and probate courts.