(Detroit Free Press) – LaShauna Lowry’s prayers have been answered.
Her lawyer and attorneys for Beaumont Health have reached a settlement in federal court that will keep her 16-year-old son, Titus J. Cromer Jr., on life support and allow him to be transferred to a long-term care facility.
“This news is the best Christmas present that we could’ve been able to deliver for Titus and his family,” said Jim Rasor, Lowry’s attorney. ”
When I told LaShauna that we were able to work this out, she had tears of joy in her eyes, and so did I.”
Titus, a student at the University of Detroit Jesuit High School, has been hospitalized since Oct. 17 at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, where he was taken for emergency treatment following an undisclosed brain injury. CONTINUE