Jones V. International Minerals & Chemical Corp. - New Mexico Supreme Court

Jones V. International Minerals & Chemical Corp.

By New Mexico Supreme Court

  • Release Date: 1949-02-16
  • Genre: Law
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The appellant (hereafter called the claimant) was injured while engaged in repairing an ore bucket elevator in the potash refinery of his employer, and sought to recover from 50% to 75% for total disability and for disfigurement, plus a fifty per cent penalty for the claimed failure of such employer to furnish reasonable safety devices for his use, and for failure to provide a guard for such elevator. In their answer the defendants admitted that the claimant was injured while in the employment of the mining company, but alleged that the disability was confined to a 25% loss of the use of his right arm, based upon an amputation at the shoulder. They also pleaded that the claimant was injured on account of his failure to use safety devices provided by them in the form of two electrical switches controlling the operation of the bucket elevator, and to comply with a safety regulation, and asked that his compensation be reduced by 50% for such failure.

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