Bruce Batchelor


This Note will examine the rationale of the Johnson decision and illustrate how a parent's claim for negligent infliction of emotional distress is a natural extension of a viable fetus wrongful death action. Also, the Note addresses why the Johnson case provides a concrete example for the policy that the business of the courts is to make precedent where a wrong calls for redress, even if lawsuits must be multiplied.

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