Inamarie Stith Rouse

Inamarie Stith-Rouse was 41 weeks pregnant when her labor was medically induced. In her case, the medication caused her uterus to contract too hard for too long, and her baby's heartrate plummeted. During the emergency cesarean that followed, Stith-Rouse's lawyers say that an artery was injured and that she eventually bled to death from that injury on July 2, 2003. Her daughter, Trinity, survives.