Plaintiff, as administrator, brought an action to recover for the death and conscious suffering of plaintiff's intestate, allegedly injured, while a viable child within her mother's womb, by the tortious act of the defendant. Defendant's demurrer to the declaration was sustained. On appeal, held, affirmed. Neither the infant nor its personal representative has a cause of action for prenatal personal injuries. Bliss v. Passanesi, (Mass. 1950) 95 N.E. (2d) 206.
Patrick J. Ledwidge S.Ed.,
TORTS-BREACH OF DUTY-RIGHT TO RECOVER FOR PRENATAL INJURIES,
Mich. L. Rev.
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