YOU MUST FILE A TORT CLAIM AT UCLA MEDICAL CENTER RATHER THAN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
The University of California works hard to
conceal the tort claim process.
You can't sue if you don't file a tort claim within 6
months, so the Regents try to prevent those who have
been harmed from filing a tort claim.
At first I was duped by the following document published by the
Regents of the University of California:
[Maura Larkins' warning: the following is deceptive, produced by the Regents to avoid tort claims.]
"The Office of The General Counsel of The Regents (“OGC”)...
THE REGENTS IS NOT SUBJECT TO CLAIM-FILING PROVISIONS OF THE TORT
California Government Code section 905.6 exempts The Regents of the
University of California from claim-filing provisions of the Tort Claims Act. A
claimant who wishes to file suit against The Regents may serve OGC as
specified in section 1 above."
But if you go to "section 1 above", you see an address in San Francisco. It's
the wrong address for filing a tort claim. Clearly, the Regents want you to
come to them for health care, but if they harm you, they don't want to repair
I did more research and deciphered the truth with much difficulty. You have
to present a tort claim to the specific campus medical center that is