November 2, 2022 British Columbia, Children, Law Reform, Medical Malpractice, Negligence, Wrongful Death in the Media
Emilie Negahban lost her baby after a difficult delivery on February 4, in Vancouver. As former attorney general David Eby prepares to become premier of British Columbia, she calls for the modernization of the law called the Family Compensation Act.
July 14, 2022 Car Crashes, Children, ICBC, Negligence, Wrongful Death in the Media
Charges have now been approved in a tragic crash that killed a toddler in downtown Vancouver last year.
April 8, 2022 British Columbia, Children, Medical Malpractice, Negligence, Wrongful Death in the Media
Emilie Negahban’s son Nathaniel was alive for only eight hours before he died in his mother’s arms this past February.
But the first-time mother and her husband have been re-traumatized after learning their son’s body has been ready to be brought back home for eight weeks — and no one told them.
March 9, 2022 British Columbia, Children, Medical Malpractice, Negligence, Wrongful Death in the Media
A North Vancouver couple is demanding answers about the death of their newborn after a traumatic delivery at Lions Gate Hospital last month.
August 11, 2021 Car Crashes, Children, Wrongful Death in the Media
Under new ICBC rules, each parent is entitled to $14,918 for the death of a child. Rules also state they will not be able to sue for more compensation.
“Heartbreaking,” Michael said. “It hurts that somebody can define her as having a number and that number ends up being roughly six times less than the value they would put in for a car.”