I'm going to contact a lawyer Monday. My Fiance and I have been back and forth with this idea since we lost Kylie on 4/22/09. After speaking with several doctors I know in my heart that she died as a result of negligence. She passed during birth after she had several severe decels in her heart rate and 3 failed vaccuum extraction attempts and no c-section was performed after 3 hours of pushing. I am worried that this will prolong my grief, but I feel that I am past the stage of deepest sorrow. I can't bear the thought of another woman going through this! Pursuing this in court will be emotionally taxing for me but I feel it is necessary. I will be sure to keep you all posted! Please keep me in your prayers.
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