A man was admitted to the hospital last summer, essentially brain dead. Suspected drug overdose. Hospital records indicated he had been treated there before. His family was notified; eventually they took him off life support, and he died. But, it was all a case of mistaken identity. He wasn’t their relative. Now the litigation begins. Who can successfully sue and why? Today, when we go Beyond The Norm, it’s Senior Legal Analyst time with a very sad and tragic set of facts!