The attorneys representing the Ohio woman who are suing a Downers Grove sperm bank says the company has no defense. A white woman from Ohio is suing a sperm bank in Downers Grove, accusing the company of giving her sperm …
A white Ohio woman is suing a sperm bank, claiming that she was accidentally inseminated with vials from a black donor. In the lawsuit, Jennifer Cramblett claims the lab mix-up has caused her and her partner added stress and anxiety as …
The lawsuit filed against an Illinois sperm bank by a white lesbian mother for mistakenly sending her a black man's …
A month later, Midwest Sperm Bank sent Cramblett and Zinkon a letter apologizing for the “mix up” and a check refunding them for the cost of the six mistaken vials. The facility kept the money they had paid for the first two vials purchased in …
Today on Too Much Truth, Derrick talked about artificial insemination. A couple went to a sperm bank and asked for their donor to be healthy, intelligent and mature. After the successful insemination and first trimester of pregnancy the …
(Newser) – Ole Schou is the man in charge of "a kind of factory ... sperm can go to. There are no regulations, and Schou estimates an average donor at his company will father 25 children. (A woman recently lost a lawsuit over a sperm bank …
Personal injury lawyer Tim Misny accused Midwest Sperm Bank of "arrogance" after they allegedly hung up on Jennifer Cramblett when she called after the mix-up asked for the correct details about the biological father of her child. Mr …
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causing them to have a mixed-race child AP A white same-sex couple are suing a sperm bank for its mix-up with their donor choice, which caused them to give birth to a mixed-race child. Jennifer Cramblett, 36, was four months pregnant …
Midwest had accidentally sent the couple sperm from Donor 330, who is African-American. Apparently the mix-up happened because the bank uses handwritten records and their order was misread. Cramblett and Zinkon discovered …
According to the lawsuit, the mix-up happened because the sperm bank keeps written records instead of electronic ones and the number 380 looked like 330 to the person who sent the vials out, reports Chicago Business. (Earlier this year, …