Auto no-fault law pushes a single mom to exhaustion and despair
Like many five year olds, Annabelle Marsh loves make-believe games. Today, she’s playing “Day Care,” even though she’s never been to a day care herself.
Annabelle is quadriplegic, after a catastrophic car crash in 2021 left her with a C3 spinal cord injury. She can’t move her dolls herself, so her nurse today is doing that for her.
“She’s so funny,” her mother, Brandi Marsh, says to me, then calls over to Annabelle. “What happened to your last day care, sweetie?”
“It shut down,” replies Annabelle. “Because the kids were being mean to their baby!”
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