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Discussion: Some Kind Of Low Class

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April 14, 2009
Men's 65
1000 posts
Some Kind Of Low Class
Get this. My wife is a medical coder for the VA. A vet, 87 years of age was in the hospital. His son came and took him out under the guise that he was going to get him for private care. He took his dad to the bank and made him sign his home over to him and then he kicked him out, called his sister to come get him. She was told by her brother and his private doctor that he had terminal cancer and would die soon. She demanded to see the x-rays and they did not reflect any cancer at all.
If I could meet this guy, it would not be nice.Ed
April 14, 2009
Men's 65
4549 posts
Not sure about CO laws, but chances are there is one that would protect the vet from what I perceive here as "elder abuse". I'd be willing to bet an anonymous call or the like might benefit him and the daughter.
April 15, 2009
8 posts
They need an attorney to step in right away and file a lawsuit. Adding to Taits comment, there is also the question of mental capacity of the 87 year old.
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