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PLS 460 Union Pacific v Botsford

PLS 460 Union Pacific v Botsford - Union Pacific v Botsford...

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Union Pacific v Botsford 141 U.S. 250; 1891 CASE SUMMARY PROCEDURAL POSTURE: Appellant railroad sought review of a judgment of the United States Circuit Court for the District of Indiana, which denied the railroad's motion for an order requiring appellee personal injury claimant to submit to a surgical examination in order to determine the extent of her alleged injuries suffered as a passenger. OVERVIEW: The personal injury claimant was a passenger in a train owned by the railroad when the berth in which she was sleeping collapsed on her, rupturing the membranes of her brain and spinal cord. The personal injury claimant filed
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