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DAMAGES - MEASURE OF DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL INJURY - INABILITY TO ENJOY LIFE AS AN ELEMENT OF DAMAGE
Plaintiff sustained injuries to his spine and nervous system when defendant's dam burst and caught the automobile, in which plaintiff was riding, in a surge of water. Held, an instruction was erroneous which included, as an element of damage, plaintiff's inability on account of his injuries, to enjoy life in the manner to which he was accustomed. Northern Indiana Public Service Co. v. Robinson, (Ind. App. 1939) 18 N. E. (2d) 933.
Robert M. Warren,
DAMAGES - MEASURE OF DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL INJURY - INABILITY TO ENJOY LIFE AS AN ELEMENT OF DAMAGE,
Mich. L. Rev.
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