My husband died 7 months ago. He was in the liver transplant program and was dropped.

Richmond Virginia doctor dropped my husband from the liver transplant system . His number was at the top of the list , but his nodes turned cancerous . I feel the alcohol distributors need to be sued . There were no instructions that he should not drink that he would harm himself - he was in Vietnam and other sites all over the world . No one advised that this harmful this can cause your death . Tobacco had pay back to relatives . I lived on a very limited income . How am I supposed to live without him . I would just like enough money to live on - I do not expect a fortune . I wish I had my husband back . I miss him so terribly . Isn't his life worth something ?

Farmville, VA -

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Fareesh S. Sarangi

Fareesh S. Sarangi

Personal Injury Lawyer - Atlanta, GA
Answered

I can sense the obvious pain in your question, and I feel for you. There was a Native American tribe who did this last year, but I don't know what became of it. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/284465.... At the end of the day, it would take a smarter lawyer than me to figure out how to get some money out of them. I know they did a much better job at constantly warning of the dangers of their products, which is unlike the tobacco industry.

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Christian K. Lassen II

Christian K. Lassen II

Medical Malpractice Attorney - Philadelphia, PA
Answered

I'm sorry to hear about this, and they typically don't give transplants if there is cancer.

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George Costas Andriotis

George Costas Andriotis

Personal Injury Lawyer - Tarpon Springs, FL
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I am very sorry to hear about this. It is protocol to remove a person from the transplant list who has cancer. As my colleague mentioned the suit against alcohol manufacturers has been unsuccessfully tried.

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