Lavonne Wilson v. Leonard Sorge
1959.MN.102, 97 N.W.2D 477, 256 MINN. 125
Supreme Court of Missouri En Banc
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This is an action for personal injuries arising out of a collision between plaintiffs automobile and defendants truck. Plaintiff was traveling south on U.S. Highway 65 in Owatonna and intended to turn left onto North Street. She began signaling with her automatic turn signals about 150 feet from the intersection and, at the same time, began decreasing her speed. She stopped at the entrance to the intersection in order to yield the right-of-way to oncoming traffic. While so stopped she was struck from behind by defendants tractor-trailer truck which, prior to the accident, had been traveling behind her at less than the 500 feet prescribed by M.S.A. 169.18, subd. 8(b). Although plaintiff had her foot on the brakes of her car at the time of the collision, it was thrown forward and came to rest 192 feet from the point of impact. Her injuries resulted in a "twenty-five to thirty per cent permanent disability" in the "use of the back and the neck" which prevents her from lifting heavy objects; from doing her housework as before; and from performing any of the chores which she formerly handled on her husbands farm.
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- Categoria: Direito
- Publicado: 26/06/1959
- Editora: LawApp Publishers
- Tamanho da impressão: 14 páginas
- Línguas: Inglês