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Last friday, my dad was taken to a local hospital. He was suicidal, and the paramedics almost nearly allowed him to jump out of the back of the ambulance. He told the doctor, nurse, and paramedics that he "just wanted to die," but they left him alone in the room with no restraints so he could give a urine sample. When they reentered the room, he was gone. They looked for him, and realized he'd managed to remove a ceiling tile and was in the ceiling. They laughed at him and called maintenance (my mom and I witnessed this). The ceiling tiles then collapsed, and he fell on his head. He died two days later from the injuries he had sustained. The hospital admits they violated procedure, and has reprimanded every employee who was on duty. Dad has six kids. Do we have a case?
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