Our Family’s Situation
Due to a series of events that occurred in the hospital (which I cannot reveal in this email but will detail in my coming book) I developed a clear and concise summary of the treatments (and mistreatments) Rob received. I then hired an MD who has served as an expert medical witness in numerous medical malpractice trials to conduct an initial review and analysis of the medical records of Rob’s stay in the hospital. What he discovered was very disturbing.
I now need to find and hire additional licensed medical experts to conduct a more thorough review of the records and uncover further evidence of reckless intentional, willful, and wanton misconduct by the “medical professionals” who treated Rob. I also need to find a seasoned medical malpractice attorney who is licensed in the State of Texas and is willing to take on what I believe will be a clear-cut medical malpractice case.
I am financing the entire case myself, and it will require a substantial amount of money to pay qualified expert medical witnesses to conduct a detailed analysis of the medical records and serve as expert witnesses in a malpractice trial—and with the Texas two-year statute of limitations, I must file the case before October 13, 2023. That means I have less than a year and 3 months to finish gathering sufficient evidence to file a compelling case.
How You Can Help
- Contribute to help fund the cost of medical expert witnesses.
- If you have not done so already, purchase a copy of Jeremiah Skiba’s (my son’s) new book, Never Got to Say Goodbye, and please leave a review on Amazon.com. A portion of the proceeds will go toward funding the search for justice for Rob, and you’ll get an inside look at who Rob Skiba truly was as a father and as a man.
- Email me if you can recommend a seasoned medical malpractice attorney licensed in the State of Texas who might be willing to take on this case.
I need an attorney who is passionate, courageous, and willing to stand against medical tyranny.
- Sign up to be notified when my book that details Rob’s treatment (and mistreatment) in the hospital is available.
Our True Purpose
Please know this is not about winning a cash award in a civil trial; it’s about bringing to light the mistreatment of patients and the violation of their “patient rights” that has become a common, everyday occurrence in almost every hospital in the country whenever someone presents with what they view as “Covid” symptoms—especially if that person is not vaccinated (and Rob was not, which painted a target on his chest from the day of his admission).
It’s time we put an end to this madness, as doing so will help save thousands of innocent lives by eliminating what I call “protocols for profit” (Rob’s hospital bill was over $700,000) where hospitals’ bottom lines are the priority (as noted in the Biden’s Bounty on Your Life article)—not the lives of their patients.
I truly feel that our family’s horrific experience is part of our story in Yah’s mighty timeline, regardless of the deep pain and disappointment I am experiencing. I remain steadfast knowing He is there, and He is Faithful.
I am praying that this event will be the catalyst that helps shut down this evil plot to kill and destroy.
Thank you for joining us in our search for justice for Rob Skiba—and for everyone who is being mistreated by a tyrannical, heatless, unbending medical system that is focused on “protocols for profit” at the expense of the health and the lives of those who trust the “establishment” with caring for their health.
Many have thought that placing their lives in the hands of the “experts” would be a wise choice, yet later learned that the “system” they placed their trust in is not patient-focused but is instead profit-centered—and that system’s unbending policies and protocols ended up causing them far more harm than good. For many, such as Rob Skiba, their inflexible “protocols for profit” led to their untimely deaths.
See the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons article on Biden’s Bounty on Your Life which notes that creating a “National Pandemic Emergency” provided justification for such sweeping actions that have overridden individual physicians’ medical decision-making and patients’ rights and enabled the “tragic and avoidable loss of hundreds of thousands of lives.”
According to Texas attorney Jerri Ward . . .
“CMS [the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services] has granted ‘waivers’ of federal law regarding patient rights. Specifically, CMS purports to allow hospitals to violate the rights of patients or their surrogates with regard to medical record access, to have patient visitation, and to be free from seclusion.
She further notes that “rights do not come from the hospital or CMS and cannot be waived, as that is the antithesis of a ‘right.’ The purported waivers are meant to isolate and gain total control over the patient and to deny patient and patient’s decision-maker the ability to exercise informed consent.”