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9. Mrs. Grace King.
Compensation for injuries...
arm, and left shoulder; stiffness in left deltoid
muscle; nervous shock.
reorgette dress and slip cleaned $1; stockings
$0.79; suede shoes trampled and scuffed $3.95. Oiher expenses; Medicines...
26. 89 Compensation for injuries....
73. 11 10. Pauline Ellis
Personal injuries sustained: Shock pain on right
side of head; pains in neck and back; and left
15.00 11. Inez Miller
Personal injuries sustained: Contusion right tem
poral region with massive hematoma; multiple
abrasions right leg.
dental expenses: Includes loss of earnings, medi.
expenses. 13. Mittiè Miller
Personal injuries sustained: Many bruises and
contusions over chest and legs; lost a tooth;
nervous and weak from shock.
loom), valued at.
as compensation for pain and suffering.
left shoulder; contusion of right thigh; several
1.00 Other expenses: Long-distance telephone call to 19. 50
Mr. Walker, nurse for 2 weeks, and drugs.
forearm with severe hemorrhage into muscle;
eighth ribs near front; extreme nervousness.
148.00 Other expenses: St. Margaret's Hospital, $40.35; 129. 64 ambulance, $5; medicines and drugs, $83.69.
277.04 Compensation for injuries and loss of earnings..... 2, 222. 96 18. Caroline Norman...... Personal injuries sustained: Both knees bruised;
left hip sprained; suffered from shock. Property damage: Dress damaged
10.00 Other expenses: All other incidental expenses in- 10.00
cluding attorney's fee.
Names of injured passengers
Personal damage or personal injuries sustained,
17. Ruth Burnett.....
18. Joe Mac Walker...
19. Tom Golsby (colored).
20. Pauline Cherry....
Personal injuries sustained: Contusion of bridge of
nose; contusions of left shoulder and forearm; abrasions with severe contusions and discoloration of left leg on upper half of anterior surface; contusion of right leg posterior over lower third;
abrasions and contusions of both knees. Medical expenses: Bill of Dr. John A. Martin. Compensation for loss of earnings and property
damage: Loss of 1 or 2 days work and loss of
merchandise. Personal injuries sustained: Multiple superficial
lacerations anterior and posterior surfaces lower third left forearm; slight abrasions about both legs; contusion left foot over proximal end fifth metacarpal bone. Medical expenses:
Bill of Dr. James Fitts Hill
Bill of Dr. Frank Jackson. Property damage: Cleaning of suit. Other expenses: Medicine. Compensation for loss of earnings: 2 days at $3.50
per day. Personal injuries sustained: Several fractured ribs. Medical expenses: Bill of Dr. Floyd Ross. Compensation for loss of earnings of claimant: 11
weeks, at $10 per week. Compensation for loss of carnings of claimant's
wife (claimant's wife had to stay home from her
usual work in order to nurse claimant). Personal injuries sustained: Contusion of left knee;
complained of pain in upper right quadrant of
Bill of Dr. Boswell
Bill of Dr. E. N. Kaiser (orthopedic specialist).
$17.12. Compensation for injuries and loss of earnings:
Earnings Personal injuries sustained: Comminuted frac
ture of internal condyle of left humerus with slight displacement; i abrasion on lateral surface and 1 on medial surface in region of left elbow; 1 tooth knocked loose, and others roughed up necessitating fillings. Medical expenses:
Bill of Dr. J. Harold Watkins.
Bill of Dr. C. F. Chandler (dentist)
treatments, etc., $59.04. Compensation for injuries and loss of earnings:
Earnings.. Personal injuries sustained: Contusions of left
chest wall posteriorly over the ninth, tenth, and eleventh ribs; rib' fracture suspected, not X-rayed; contusions of left leg posteriorly over
lower third. Medical expenses:
Bill of Dr. John A. Martin
Bill of Dr. C. A. Thigpen (eyes) Other expenses: Hospital, medicines, and inci
dental expense. Compensation for loss of earnings: Lost 4 or 5 days,
and did only part time for quite a period after return.
21. Mildred McCuo...
22. Mrs. Sara D. Cobb....
130.00 Names of injured passengers
Personal damage or personal injuries sustained,
X. Gertrude Jackson (colored) | Personal injuries sustianed: Left arm and chest
bruised. Teeth-Ist upper left, bridge knocked
broken off; 2d lower left broken oil.
Bill of Dr. A. W. West (dentist).
Bill of Dr. R. T. Adair
penses: Includes 2 weeks' lost time, transporta
tion $4, nursing, medicines, etc.
normnal use disturbed; slight bruise over right
ment of eyes (Dr. Geo. A. Dennis recom
mended glasses). 25. Joe Guthrie.
Personal injuries sustained: Pight arm painful
and swollen, probably due to injury to tendons
Bill of Dr. J. M. Barnes..
Compensation for loss of earnings.
near upper end of humerus (left arm); setting
Bill of Dr. J. M. Barnes
Loss of earnings: Has indicated his lost earnings 2,000.00
amount to between $500 and $600, plus a further
earnings to amount of.
bruises on right side of head and right chest;
chanter or right humerus with dislocationofright
(Mr. Castleberry was a salesman of rather sub.
sustained in said collision.) 20. Daisio Oook....
Personal injuries sustained: Severe shock; lacerated
wound 2 inches long center of forehead exposing
400.00 Names of injured passengers
Personal damage or personal injuries sustained,
30 J. E. Long...
Personal injuries sustained: Severe shake-up;
pain in back. (Mr. Long was just recovering
cludes medical and incidental expenses 31. Aubrey A. Lewis
Personal injuries sustained: Contusion of right
side of head; mild concussion; soreness and stiff-
Compensation for loss of earnings..
shock, necessitating check by physician.
ecchymosis of lumbasacral region,
Compensation for loss of earnings and other
expenses. 34. Eleanor Walker (minor). - Personal injuries sustained: Minor bruises.
Medical expenses; Bill of Dr. J. M. Barnes. 35. Marjorie Turner..
Personal injuries sustained: Slight bruises and
shock, necessitating check by physician, 86. George H. Rowan... Personal injuries sustained: Severe contusions of
both knees, sprain of left shoulder.
Compensation for injuries and expenses 37. William H. Wilson (driver Personal injuries sustained: Slight bruises and of the bus).
sbock, necessitating check by physician. Total...
Malcolm G. SPOONER,
Major, Air Corps.
SCHEDULE C-ITEMIZED STATEMENT COVERING DAMAGE INCURRED BY MONTGOMERY City Lines, Inc., in Its Own Right, OR AS ASSIGNEE OR SUBROGEE
DAMAGE OF MONTGOMERY CITY LINES, IN ITS OWN RIGHT Damage to bus of Montgomery City Iines, Inc.: Cost of parts purchased and miscellaneous items necessary for restoration of bus to its state of repair prior to the collision.
Quantity and description:
1 plate, short..
$0. 78 1. 76 6. 00 12. 75 3. 37
. 35 20. 63 4. 13 6. 19 18. 56
1. 01 . 56 .68 .79 1, 46 2. 81
. 94 32. 44
Quantity and description-Continued.
1 cross member, front..
. 75 3. 32 8. 48 4. 57 4. 59 19. 56
Cost of labor for repair of bus: 107 mechanic's hours at 60 cents per
266. 49 Damage to Montgomery City Lines, Inc., resulting from loss of use of
damaged bus: Montgomery City Lines, Inc., claims to be entitled for the loss of use of the bus to the sum of $2,040 computed at $40 per day for a period of 51 days in which the bus was out of commission by reason of the damage to it sustained in the collision --- 2, 040. 00 Total....
2, 306. 49 This claim for the loss of the bus is supported by an affidavit by J. H. Bagley, superintendent of the Montgomery City Lines, Inc., in which he states that by reason of the damage to the bus sustained in said collision, and the time necessary to repair the same, the Montgomery City Lines lost the use of said bus for å period of 51 days; that the sum of $40 per day is the reasonable value of the use of said bus and the reasonable rental value of such a bus; that said value was arrived at in the following manner: That where the Montgomery City Lines charters or rents a bus to someone else they charge a rental based on mileage at the rate of 30 cents a mile; that the bus in question was on a route traveling 185 • miles per day, which would give a gross rental for such bus of $55.50; that when such a bus is rented by the Montgomery City Lines to a third party the Montgomery City Lines furnishes a driver, and furnishes gas and oil, and that the expense of two drivers and expense of gas and oil would amount to $17.60, or a net rental of such a bus where rented by the Montgomery City Lines to another party of $37.90 per day; that there are no similar busses in Montgomery which the Montgomery City Lines could rent from another party, but in the opinion of Mr. Bagley such bus if available would require a rental of at least $10 per day; that he, Mr. Bagley, did not attempt to set the rental value of $40 upon the intake of that particular bus, but upon the rental value; that on the run on which this bus was being used, there was a gross intake of an average of slightly more than $40, or a net intake on that line of $22.40; that under its franchise the Montgomery City Lines was required to furnish a specified number of busses on said run, and that the damage to the Montgomery City Lines could not, therefore, be computed by the intake from the operation of that bus, but would have to be computed on the rental value of another bus.
Mr. Bagley made the following further statement in his affidavit in explanation of the time required in repairing the bus, and in putting it in condition for resumption of its regular run: That representatives of the United States Army requested that the bus be held in its wrecked condition until Army officials could complete its investigation, which caused delay of a day or two during which such officials examined the bus; that upon completion of examination of the bus by Army officials, the Montgomery City Lines endeavored to secure bids from garages and repair shops in Montgomery for the repair of said bus, but was unable to secure satisfactory bids, and it became necessary for the Montgomery City Lines to make the repairs to the bus itself; that the record kept of mechanics' time working on said bus shows that mechanics started to work on said bus on October 9, 1940;