John Ritter's widow says John's death could have been easily prevented.

John was one of my faves......
In a new interview with The Los Angeles Times, JOHN RITTER's widow AMY YASBECK is speaking out for the first time about her husband's death, saying she believes it could have been avoided.
The beloved actor died on his daughter's 5th birthday, September 11, 2003. At the time, Amy believed it was not preventable. "The doctors told it to me like I was 5 and I told it to [our daughter] like she was 5," she said in an interview with The Times. "The truth is, it's a lot more complicated and it's a lot more sad."
She and Ritter's four children filed a wrongful-death lawsuit and are asking for $67 million in damages. The family has already received over $14 million in settlements, according to the report, including $9.4 million from Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank where he died.
His final diagnosis was an aortic dissection -- a tear in the largest blood vessel in the body -- which was not discovered until right before his death.
Amy's lawyers fault two doctors that treated her late husband while he was in their care.
"You can't treat my kid's dad for something and kill him in the process," she said. "I think the money will show how angry the jury will be about what happened to John and what could happen to them."
Defense attorneys argue the two doctors did nothing wrong. They claim Ritter would have died regardless of any treatment he may have received.
Next month, a Los Angeles County jury will be left to decide the case.