The most direct and effective way to get a handle on this situation may be to sue the doctor for defamation and infliction of emotional distress damages.
Defamation in Wisconsin constitutes anything that directs hate, ridicule, contempt, degradation, disgrace or degradation to a person. In WI defamation is also considered a criminal offense [a Class A Misdemeanor] punishable by a fine of no more than $10,000 and/or 9 months in prison for someone who intentionally communicates any defamatory statement to a third party without the permission of the defamed party.
Intentional infliction of emotional distress is sometimes referred to as the "tort of outrage." You might have been treated unlawfully if the doctor's conduct toward you was: 1. Extreme and outrageous, beyond the bounds of acceptable conduct in a civilized society; 2. Intended to, or could reasonably be foreseen to, cause a reasonable person serious emotional trauma; and 3. Actually the cause of severe and serious emotional distress for you.
Also, you may want to file a police report and/or go speak to the local DA about prosecuting the doctor for falsifying medical records.
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