A lawsuit against a Pembroke Pines funeral home that lost remains of a miscarried baby floundered at the Fourth District Court of Appeal, which found that although the case was “troubling and heartrending,” it didn’t have what it takes to proceed.

The case demonstrates the limits of Florida personal injury law, which under most circumstances doesn’t provide an avenue for damages without a physical injury.

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