casts which James F. Barber was required to wear for a period of approximately six weeks after the accident.
12. The fracture of the left clavicle was treated by the application of straps and braces which James F. Barber was required to wear for a period of approximately six weeks after the accident.
13. The laceration of the scalp was treated by suturing.
14. The fracture of the left clavicle has healed leaving permanent deformity, but no disability.
15. The fractures of the bones in the left foot have not healed. The fragments of the navicular bone have never united and are permanently disunited, and the proximal ends of the metatarsal bones are displaced.
16. The condition of the left foot was caused solely by the collision on July 23, 1951.
17. For a period of approximately one year James F. Barber suffered pain and discomfort as a result of the condition of the left clavicle.
18. As a result of the condition of the left foot, James F. Barber has suffered pain continuously from the time of the accident until the present time, and which will continue in the future.
19. As a result of the condition of his left foot, James F. Barber is unable to stand or walk on said foot, except for very short periods of time; any standing or walking on the left foot of James F. Barber for any substantial period of time causes him considerable pain.
20. Prior to the accident of July 23, 1951, James F. Barber was employed by a road construction company, Hull Resurfacing Company of Butler, Pennsylvania, as a laborer.
21. On and prior to July 23, 1951, James F. Barber was in good health and able to perform, without loss of time by reason of his health, all of the duties of a laborer in a road construction company.
22. Prior to July 23, 1951, James F. Barber worked every day when work was available, and on frequent occasions worked overtime.
23. As a result of the condition of his left foot, James F. Barber has been, since July 23, 1951 to date, unable to perform the duties of a laborer in a road construction company and/or any other work requiring him to stand or walk for any substantial period of time.
24. Since July 23, 1951, by reason of the injuries sustained in the accident of July 23, 1951, James F. Barber has been unable to work at all.
25. By education and experience, James F. Barber is only qualified to perform work as a laborer.
26. By reason of the condition of his left foot, James F. Barber is permanently and totally disabled from performing or engaging in any gainful occupation for which he is qualified by education or experience.
27. James F. Barber earned the following amounts during the following years:
1946 $ 2,976.17
1951 to date of accident 1,297.51
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