Excerpt: The family of a 16-year-old University of Detroit Jesuit High School Student in a coma is locked in a battle with Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak.
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“There are some cases where people who are judged to be brain dead spontaneously awaken. And although that might be a remote chance in this case, it’s a chance," Rasor told WXYZ.
Update November 19, 2019
Lakeisha Cherry "If you look at Bobby Reyes' case, it's very similar, right?" Lowry said. "They were not willing to" keep him on life support, either. "When you have a profession, and when you make a diagnosis, you stand by that diagnosis. They made that diagnosis. . They documented that diagnosis. They stated that diagnosis. Anything that would deter or differentiate from that is a risk for them. Right now my son is a risk to Beaumont. And he's stuck there."
Titus Cromer 'We're living a nightmare, and we feel trapped,' says Titus Cromer's mother
Titus' family is searching for a surgeon who will insert a tracheostomy tube "It is our belief, not by a miracle but based on good science, there's a pathway to recovery for him," the family's lawyer Jim Rasor said in court when Judge Hala Jarbou ordered that the hospital must continue to provide medical care to Titus
Fox 2 Detroit Coverage of Restraining Order "We're fighting for him and we'll continue to fight for him"
Detroit News - Case Sent to Probate Court From November 7th
Oakland Press Story - Case Taken To Federal Court After he was declared dead, Titus’ mother, LaShauna Lowry, obtained a temporary emergency restraining order from Oakland County Circuit Judge Hala Jarbou, requiring Beaumont to continue Titus’ medical care. Jarbou subsequently dismissed the case — ruling that it was an issue for Probate Court to decide — which led to Lowry’s attorney, Jim Rasor taking it to federal court.
Channel 7 WXYZ “This is the family’s decision to make," James Rasor told 7 Action News.