I'm sorry to hear about this, but it would be a tough road to hoe. However, I like the way you think, and you can call a personal injury lawyer in your state to investigate this bed.
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While I doubt it, and hope woman is well, consult with local and qualified counsel. Good luck.
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I agree with my colleagues, you should consult with a reputable PI attorney in your locality.
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