The news of your father’s death was devastating. Although he was 81 years old, he had lived a very healthy and active live and had enjoyed the time that he spent with his grandchildren.
The morning that he slipped when he walked outside to get the newspaper, however, took a very unexpected turn for the worse. When your father came in the house he told your mother what had happened, but that he felt fine. And while your mom tried to get him to go into the doctor for a check up, your father insisted that all was good. Three hours later, though, when your mom went in to the bedroom to check on him, your father was unresponsive. And while your mom called the ambulance, the drivers and medics indicated that there was nothing they could do.
You would later find out that because he was on blood thi