9921too late opinions
- Aug 1, 2006Did her DiL do it intentionally? What's the rest of her/their story?
How did the accident come about?
I am not sure who is suing who for what/why
sons are suing nursing home for bad care resulting in (earlier) death
daughter in law?
other drvier that hit daughter in law?
who should be sued, if anyone?
100% for defense.
The car accident might have contributed to shorten her life by a few months,
but her condition pre-accident was problematic. Her respiratory disease,
caused by constant smoking, prevented complete recovery from the accident
anyway. Plus, she seems a manipulative individual towards her daughter-in-law. I'm
for the defense 100
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