Guy Green v. Julius A. Schmahl.
1938.MN.72, 278 N.W. 157, 202 MINN. 254
En Banc Supreme Court of Minnesota
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A previous disability resulting in amputation of all but the upper three or four inches of the left forearm, combined with subsequent injury causing a 75 per cent limitation of motion of the right arm and hand, amounts to total disability, as matter of law, within meaning of 1 Mason Minn. St. 1927, ? 4274(e), entitling relator, an unskilled laborer, to compensation from the special compensation fund set up by 1 Mason Minn. St. 1927, ? 4276.