From The Irish Times on Friday 9 November 2007:

"A couple who argued that the right to life of the unborn amendment to the Constitution supported their claim of entitlement to damages for wrongful death of their stillborn baby son have settled their High Court action for a substantial sum and with an admission of liability by the HSE. Lavinia Doyle (36) and her partner, Luca Chiussi (35), Burnmount, Co Waterford, had sued the Health Service Executive after their baby, Ethan, was stillborn in Waterford Regional Hospital in July 2003. Their first child, Matteo, had died three days after his birth in the same hospital just a year earlier."


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09 November 2007

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