we shall see.
Meanwhile here is a good comment from the UK Daily Mail>>>
Having worked in insurance authorizations I would almost bet the insurance co stopped paying for her care the day she was declared brain dead bc daily updates have to be done. And rightfully so. I usually hate insurance companies like everyone else but their obligation is done as is the hospital’s. The hospital and everyone who in turn goes there after is paying for her. This family has been delusional from the beginning when they claimed all they wanted was a chance at a Christmas miracle to come home. Guess what. We are at Jan 1 2014. Then they said all they wanted was another doctor to look at her and declare not brain dead. That doctor said “Yup. Brain dead”. I called it then that they’d keep on and on. People always think God will give you what you ask. God teaches us lessons and it’s not what we demand. I hope the judge finally ends this. Give the child some peace and dignity. She...is...DEAD. She’s not in a coma. She’s dead. As unfortunate as it is there’s no changing it.
as one who works in the health field: well said AND nursing homes can not “pull the plug”; most have policies against this. if she survives after ventilator removed then we have another issue.