of course it was the mother's injury and death that forced the baby's premature delivery. that doesn't mean the baby necessarily suffered any direct injury that caused it's death. the medical examiner's office was clear in its explanation as to the cause of death -- extreme prematurity. it was not viable because it was premature and it was premature because it was forced to be delivered due to injuries to the mother. it was not non viable because of injury to itself.<quoted text>
You use a whole of words to say nothing.
You and bit-o-honey said the same thing.
Nobody can claim the fetus didn't suffer injury prior to birth as a result of mother's fatal injuries from the car wreck. What else brought about its premature birth but the car accident and mother's injuries? Her injuries were his injuries. Without them, he'd still be in utero. And she'd still be alive.
what i said and what bit-o-honey said couldn't have been more different. did you make it past 4th grade?