What Would Be Fair Compensation If Switched at Birth?
Twenty years ago, two baby girls were born at a private clinic in France. They both needed some time in the incubator. When they were finished, a nurse unintentionally handed the infants off to the wrong mothers. Both women thought something was off, but they were assured that all was fine. By the time the girls were ten, the one father was bothered that his daughter looked nothing like him, so he had a paternity test done. Not a match. The mother had a test done, too. Not a match.
A court ordered compensation this week for the families, but it fell short of what they were seeking. Expect an appeal.
Ever feel like you were switched at birth?