The hospital insists it did nothing wrong and followed all proper protocols, but a pathologist's report suggests otherwise. It appears now that a jury will have to decide whether there is any merit to a claim of hospital negligence based on the finding that an 80-year-old woman was apparently frozen alive in the hospital's morgue.
The circumstances of the case are stunning. While it didn't happen in Kansas City, the reality is that it could have. That being the case, we think readers will find it enlightening in terms of the scope of issues that may be found to warrant personal injury claims.