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Barnes v. United States

decided: May 10, 1982.

SANDRA K. BARNES AND ROBERT E. BARNES
v.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, APPELLANT



{Q}Opinion{/Q} ON MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY AFFIRMANCE OF JUDGMENT

Before Gibbons, Sloviter and Becker, Circuit Judges.

Author: Gibbons

Opinion OF THE COURT

This case is before the court on an appeal by the United States from a final judgment in favor of the plaintiff Sandra Barnes for $1,577,112.67 in her suit under the Federal Tort Claims Act, 28 U.S.C. § 1346(b) and § 2671 et seq. (1976). The suit is for injuries sustained as a result of a swine flu inoculation administered under the National Influenza Immunization Program. The United States admitted liability and the issue of damages was tried to the court. The trial court held that Mrs. Barnes was entitled to damages as follows:

Medical expenses $15,255.13

Home improvements to June 15,

1981 18,875.36

Miscellaneous expenses 3,533.50

Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation

expenses 2,842.44

Child and homemaker costs 3,450.00

House Alterations 77,731.50

Lost Wages to June 15, 1981 75,708.74

Future lost wages ...


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