In tearful evidence to the court, Donna Daniel, who became Mr Best's foster mother when he was 15, said she had taken the case to court because both trusts had refused to apologise.
She said: "We thought James deserved respect and dignity.
"For a decade of my life I worked as am NHS complaints manager. A lot of my work was with bereaved families and we always treated them better than we have been treated."
Owen Daniel, Mr Best's foster brother, added: "We are really looking for an apology for the shocking shortcomings that were highlighted at the inquest.
"We are not looking to change the world or make loads of money. We are just looking for a bit of respect for James."Oh, dear! Seems the NHS has let down yet another blameless person relying on…
Two NHS trusts breached the human rights of a Croydon man who died in prison weeks after being arrested for stealing gingerbread from a looted bakery during the 2011 riots, the High Court heard.Ah, if only there was some way he could have stayed out of jail…