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Arm Injuries Summarized By Accident Attorney

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 Arm Injuries and the related topic of personal injury.  For more information on arms see the page on Wikipedia.

Arm Injuries-Cases

1976 Chavez v. Continental Ins. Co., 218 Va. 76, 235 S.E.2d 335. 

Reference to 166 Va. 147 where court stated that it was common knowledge that loss of use of hand did not wholly incapacitate man from engaging in any occupation.

1974 Washington v. Williams, 215 Va. 353, 210 S.E.2d 154.

Plaintiff initially injured in auto accident. Preparatory to removal of wiring in her jaw, defendant physician injected preoperative medication into plaintiff’s left arm. Later left hand became gangrenous and forearm was amputated. Questions of aggravation, release and liability of several and joint tortfeasors discussed.

1967 Wagnstrom v. Pope, 207 Va. 761, 152 S.E.2d 21.

Plaintiff suffered cuts and bruises on both legs and hand jury verdict for $7,000 not excessive. Plaintiff hospitalized for eight days; cut below knee treated for three months; plaintiff in constant pain relieved only by narcotics

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