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Sacchetti v. Springer

MA.229 , 22 N.E.2d 42, 480 (1939)(303 Mass)

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LUMMUS, Justice. The plaintiff sustained bodily injury on April 11, 1931, by reason of an alleged defect in a way in Boston, and on June 2, 1931, brought an action against the city for damages under G.L.(Ter.Ed.) c. 84, § 15. On May 28, 1935, she obtained a verdict for $3,000, and afterwards the defendant waived motions by which it had attacked the verdict. By agreement judgment was entered for $3,000 and costs on June 21, 1935, and the execution was returned satisfied in full. On November 16, 1931, she brought the present action of tort against the physician who treated her injury, after her left leg had become swollen and septic, from about April 15, 1931 until April 21, 1931. He advised injections of serum to counteract the septic condition. This advice, the plaintiff alleges, was negligent, and the injections aggravated the injury.

Sacchetti v. Springer
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  • Category: Law
  • Published: 07 July 1939
  • Publisher: LawApp Publishers
  • Print Length: 3 Pages
  • Language: English
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