A Viable Fetus Is a Person Within the Meaning of the Massachusetts Wrongful Death Statute
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Examines the Massachusetts Supreme Court case Mone v. Greyhound Lines, Inc. The Massachusetts court in that case held that a viable fetus who was stillborn as a result of an automobile accident was a person for the purposes of the wrongful death statute. The author believes that the court established an arbitrary rule for determining viability.