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Amnesia Cases Summarized By Personal Injury Lawyer

This page within Virginia Tort Case Law is a compilation of cases reported by the Virginia Supreme Court and summarized by Brien Roche dealing with the topic of Amnesia and the related topic of personal injury.   For more information on amnesia issues see the page on Wikipedia.

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1971 Helge v. Carr, 212 Va. 485, 184 S.E.2d 794.

Amnesia.Plaintiff had no recall of accident.

1970 Lumpkin v. Doe, 210 Va. 571, 172 S.E.2d 790.

Plaintiff had no recall of accident. Physical facts were enough to establish liability.

1968 Sturman v. Johnson, 209 Va. 227, 163 S.E.2d 770.

Defendant suffered retrograde amnesia as result of accident. This did not qualify him as person laboring under disability pursuant to “Dead Man’s Act.”

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