She is neither in a coma nor in a permanent vegitative state. They refer to her as a body because she was formally pronounced dead by the county coroner almost a month ago.
...”She is neither in a coma nor in a permanent vegitative state”....
I tend not to believe the mothers or families statements about their daughter.. that she is responsive in a way which is more than reflexes common when a body is kept on life support.
Also the hospital ‘agreed’ awhile back their daughters body could be removed to another facility...but even in this article the family is and was un-willinglly to name any facility that would take her so the hospital could corodinate the transfer.
As far as a lawsuit goes...the family’s been wearing t-shirts etc. just as was done with Martin’s plight....so of course there will be lawsuits and loads of news going on for weeks and weeks.
I think Lawyers are taking advantage of these peoples inability to accept their daughters death now....dragging this out is not going to bring her back but it will surely benefit the mother and father as it has to date.