loss of foot

loss of foot
A complete loss of the member by severance or an entire destruction of use of the member; as by paralysis. Fuller v Locomotive Engineers Mut. Life & Acci. Ins. Asso. 122 Mich 548, 81 NW 326; Sheanon v Pacific Mut. Life Ins. Co. 77 Wis 618, 46 NW 799.

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