Notified.. As soon as they arrived I was no longer allowed in his room...I never found out why until our return home..they said I caused the hospitalization they believed and agreed that i tried hurting him..this of course angered me they even thought of accusing me with police this caused extreme emotional and mental stress...sad to say due to alot of fights we are now getting a divorce due to that accusation... I lost my home my husband..now I have to start over.
Is this something that can be sue those who agreed to keep me out if his room. And thought of such idiotic idea.
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I do not know what happened, but if you husband had an allergic reaction to wine, or something in it, it would or should have occurred shortly after first taking a sip. There seems to be a lot more to the story. I don't think you have any type of case against the hospital. The staff or patient can request that certain members not be allowed to visit. Go see a family law attorney.