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
Summary of Rasor Law Firm and James Rasor Media Coverage Regarding Titus Cromer:
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.