As my grandmother got old and couldn't take care of herself my mom and dad ended up putting her in a nursing home in Florida. The only problem with this was is that its over twelve hundred miles away from most of the relatives. My mom and dad were there but they would only get a chance once a month to visit. Four months had gone by since I seen my grandmother we planned a trip to Florida to see her. As I walked into the room I could hardly recognize her. I won't go into it in depth here but I thought for sure it was nursing home abuse. I ended up searching this online and coming up with a few different ways that this would never happen again at this nursing home.
Years ago my friend's wife was expecting. Almost all through the pregnancy she was confined to bed rest. She had previously over ten years had two miscarriages. This pregnancy seemed to be going fine up to the last minute. They called the doctor forty five minutes before they would be at the hospital for the delivery. She was in her room at the hospital the doctor was not there. The nurse set up the sonogram. It took a while to find the baby's heart beat and then it was gone. The nurse said the baby had probably just turned on his side and she couldn't get a reading of the heart beat. Still no doctor there. The nurse had left the room. The doctor showed up about ten minutes after that. At this time still no heart beat. If the doctor would have been there possibly they would have done an emergency c-section to save the baby but the baby had already died at this point. They proceeded to file a wrongful birth lawsuit. But wining their case didn't help with the tragedy.
They say that accidents are accidents but some can be turned around if acted upon pretty much immediately. But sometimes people being human don't catch their own mistakes fast enough. The thing that bothers you the most are when people are trained in a circumstance and don't cross check themselves. It happens a lot less often these days or maybe they just didn't keep track of it or know the cause in the past for brain injuries at birth. A this point you should seek out professional help from cerebral palsy attorneys, it is so much easier these days by going online.
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