There is also Aging and Disability Division DSHS.
My sister in-law wanted me to work for her. She was denied me working as her caregiver. They know I worked for her as her caregiver before and have known each other for 30 years. There was an Administrative Hearing and the judge was biased against me. Once my sister in-law found out I was denied, her health went down hill and she passed away. Is there any possible way I can get help? Will filing a complaint against the judge who did not listen to facts and had already decided to not allow me to work for her before the hearing took place without having her best interest in mind? The judge only listened to fabricated lies.
And we are bound by their decisions, whether we agree with them or not.
I had an OB who was constantly in trouble with the law and I saw him go to court a few times and be really snarky with the judge. This did not sit well. Neither did his reams of paperwork and 'rebuttals' so to speak. The judge looked at all the evidence, spoke to my OB and found him guilty on all charges, every time.
OB could rant and rave, but IMHO, the judge would have been remiss in handing down any other judgment than what she did.
Emotions cannot play a part in the courtroom. I remember this judge telling my OB to shut up--many times. Didn't help his case.
I am afraid that you are going to have to accept what you cannot change. And as far as 'knowing' what went on behind closed doors--you don't and won't.
I'm sorry you are so angry and that this has taken so much from you. Sadly, you cannot prove beyond reasonable doubt that anything wrong was done to your SIL.
Perhaps you need some counseling to sort out your feelings.
I agree, this will cost you lots of money with nothing coming out of it.
Can your file complaints? Yes, but the answer is will the complaints be reviewed and what if anything will be gained. In order to prevail, you'll need to identify at least these factors:
1. How your SIL was SPECIFICALLY affected by each of the entities you want to sue. I.e., how did her health when it "went downhill" change, and how did each entity contribute?
2. How each of the entities deviated from their roles, how that might have interacted with any of them within this group, and how did the changes affect the decline in your SIL's health.
3. What remediation do you seek? Your SIL is unfortunately no longer alive, and that can't be changed. Do you want financial damages? Do you want apologies?
4. What data and proofs do you have beyond what you've written?
5. I sense there's a lot more to this situation than has been discussed here, and those issues may be the reason why it appears as though the agencies didn't support the desire for you to be your SIL's caregiver.
6. BTW, complaints against judges are to the best of my knowledge filed with the State Bar.
This can go on for years, and ruin your life permanently. Think about other ways to cope with your anger and distress. Perhaps a session with a counselor could help you deal with it more effectively.
I suggest you send a succinct, unemotional, and carefully proofread letter of facts only to the governmental entity that oversees these agencies. Then let it go.
"The judge only listened to fabricated lies." I think we are only getting one side of this story from you.
Your SIL would probably want you to move on and live your best life.
I'm sorry for what is obvioulsy a very painful loss for you. May you gain peace in your heart.
This is over.
I would highly suggest you move on.
If you still wish to lodge complaints ask agencies, courts, and et all how to go about lodging a complaint in writing. Don't have high expectations of anything whatsoever.
The law is the law and the judges decide it. If you have billions of dollars you can take it to the supreme court. Otherwise you are pretty much better to get on with your life.