The husband of Sasha Lysa Ali-Bisnath, who died after delivering her second baby, is patiently awaiting word from his team of attorneys.
Damien Bisnath said he is prepared to fight a legal battle against the medical institutions responsible for his wife's death.
"I will wait for as long as it takes. My wife's family and I want to know what happened and how she died. We need justice in this and we cannot allow it to happen to someone else. These innocent children have to pay for their mistake," he said.
Bisnath has obtained his wife's medical reports from the Gulf View Medical Centre and San Fernando General Hospital.
"The medical reports are in the hands of the attorneys and they will make the next move," he said.
Bisnath's wife died at the San Fernando General Hospital on December 21, last year.
Her second baby was delivered by a planned Caesarean section at the Gulf View Medical Centre the day before.
Relatives said 28-year-old Ali-Bisnath began bleeding and following severe complications, she was transferred to the San Fernando hospital, where she died at the Intensive Care Unit.
Two autopsies performed on Ali-Bisnath's body revealed that she died as a result of disseminated intra-vascular coagulation and bleeding.
But her relatives want to know what caused Ali-Bisnath to bleed to death.
Ali-Bisnath's mother, a schoolteacher, has taken time off from her job to care for the newborn baby girl, Siara, while two-year-old Solara is staying with her father in Carapichaima.
"I will leave the baby with her grandparents until she gets a little older. But the bigger one is with me. I do everything for her. I drop her off to bond with her sister everyday. She is still asking for her mummy, I don't know how to explain this to her. It is very painful," Bisnath said.
Bisnath has returned to his job at Trinidad Cement Ltd.
The South West Regional Health Authority (SWRHA) has concluded a preliminary report into the incident.
The report was sent to Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan, who has promised to take action if negligence is found in Ali-Bisnath's death.
SWRHA chairman Dr Lackram Bodoe was appointed to lead the investigation into the circumstances surrounding Ali-Bisnath's death.