In a message dated 3/3/2008 5:40:42 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
I am sad to hear this. What do you think from your perspective is the
I am a rules and regulations kind of person. It is the first thing I look
for. When it is not there I find fault.
I do not understand how the parent's could be at fault for this. It is
either a freak accident or it is not.
When interning (a million years ago) I worked at UCP. No one ever fell off
With my kids, (neices, nephews etc etc) and, ofcourse, precious grandchild
no one fell off the table. Why?
I did what I was supposed to. I used the restraints provided on the changing
PS a great book , for those of us investigating or working on civil cases:
Rules of the Road by Pat Malone and Rick Freedman.
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