I have never talk with the hospital or accused them of wrong doing. I did not realize what had happened until a later date. He did die within about 30 min. of the transfusion with the symptoms that the dr. had warned me to watch for during the first transfusion. The doc told me if his body was going to reject the incompatible blood it would happen shortly after the 1st transfusion. When he received the last transfusion (b negative instead of b negative incompatible) he died shortly after the transfusion began. So if one did not know there was an error until a later realization, does the statue still apply?
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