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Society Proceedings

Society Proceedings of the were court the that the opinions physicians merely now concludes jury that the rule in Missouri, so far as the and not bound to that the jury was accept them, law has been advisory, declared the by courts of is out of appeals, them if from all facts but altogether, the with might disregard harmony the best-considered cases and is elsewhere, in the it believed them unreasonable. and circumstances case not in accord with sound reasoning. Court of California. denied the In the Hearing by Supreme sense that the word "means" was used in the policies in this case it was to cause. equivalent The defendant insured Not Liable for to Patient Fall Hospital from Injury or only against death suffered injury accidental through 127 R. et ux. v. Orange Memorial Hospital Ail. 340) (D'Amato (N. J.), means or cause. that insured's Assuming the death was caused by the undertaken in affirm¬ operation voluntarily and admit¬ The Court of Errors and of New Appeals Jersey, tedly performed in a skilful the defen¬ manner, plaintiff must show a entered en a directed verdict for the ing judgment that something unusual or D'Amato unforeseen, and unin¬ that one while http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Society Proceedings

JAMA , Volume 85 (8) – Aug 22, 1925

Society Proceedings

Abstract

of the were court the that the opinions physicians merely now concludes jury that the rule in Missouri, so far as the and not bound to that the jury was accept them, law has been advisory, declared the by courts of is out of appeals, them if from all facts but altogether, the with might disregard harmony the best-considered cases and is elsewhere, in the it believed them unreasonable. and circumstances case not in accord with sound reasoning. Court of California. denied the In the Hearing by...
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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1925 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1925.02670080078042
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Abstract

of the were court the that the opinions physicians merely now concludes jury that the rule in Missouri, so far as the and not bound to that the jury was accept them, law has been advisory, declared the by courts of is out of appeals, them if from all facts but altogether, the with might disregard harmony the best-considered cases and is elsewhere, in the it believed them unreasonable. and circumstances case not in accord with sound reasoning. Court of California. denied the In the Hearing by Supreme sense that the word "means" was used in the policies in this case it was to cause. equivalent The defendant insured Not Liable for to Patient Fall Hospital from Injury or only against death suffered injury accidental through 127 R. et ux. v. Orange Memorial Hospital Ail. 340) (D'Amato (N. J.), means or cause. that insured's Assuming the death was caused by the undertaken in affirm¬ operation voluntarily and admit¬ The Court of Errors and of New Appeals Jersey, tedly performed in a skilful the defen¬ manner, plaintiff must show a entered en a directed verdict for the ing judgment that something unusual or D'Amato unforeseen, and unin¬ that one while

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Aug 22, 1925

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