|Writers||Thomas Rickman (written by) (as Tom Rickman)
|Cast||Meredith Baxter Alan Rosenberg Robin Brûlé Christopher Bondy Kristin Booth Janet Kidder Steven McCarthy Brooke Johnson Richard Eden Eric Lively Richard Banel Kristin Fairlie Vik Sahay Jeff Geddis Arnold Pinnock Landy Cannon Dean Gabourie Dan Klein François Klanfer Colin Glazer|
|Plot||Based on the true story of one mother's quest for justice, this Lifetime Original Movie explores the extraordinary impact on an ordinary family when the oldest son is critically injured by a drunk driver. The movie begins with every mother's worst nightmare: Terry Stone and her husband, Geoff, answer an early-morning phone call and learn that their 19-year-old son, Andrew, has been in a car accident. When they arrive at the hospital, the distraught family members are told that Andrew has suffered severe head injuries, and that he may never fully recover. A highway patrol officer who witnessed the accident adds the chilling news that the driver who did this to Andrew was drunk. Months later, after Andrew has recovered and leaves the rehabilitation center, Terry begins her long and emotionally draining fight to make certain that the person responsible for this tragedy makes amends. Through it all, Andrew keeps his sense of humor, and manages to teach his mother something in the process.... see A Mother's Fight for Justice on IMDb|
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|The story begins with every parent's worst nightmare. Terry Stone (Meredith Baxter, TV's "Family Ties") and her husband Geoff answer an early-morning phone call to learn that their son, Andrew, has been rushed to the hospital after being injured in an automobile accident. They arrive at the emergency room and are told that Andrew has suffered severe head injuries and may never fully recover. Andrew, a college honors student with a bright future, was a passenger in a car that was hit by a young man with a history of drunken driving. Terry watches for many months as her son struggles to hold on to life, and then as he starts to regain the steps of his life back. She is not about to let the driver with a drunken driving history use his family's influence and wealth to escape his justified punishment. But for Andrew, retribution and sympathy are not what he is seeking. His passion is to recapture his lost past, his once promising future, and the person he once was. Andrew and his family pull together, each taking a different route to help heal the physical and psychological wounds of this tragic experience. In a tale of hope and despair, strength and weakness, the lessons learned are not always obvious. There are times when a person needs to fall before he can finally rise. Sometimes justice is best served when forgiveness is granted. Based on a true story.|
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