This rule was applied various times, and in a Court of Appeals case, the Court interpreted the exception to the rule to allow a child to include pre-majority medical expenses when he brought suit through his next friend.
Palanki v. Vanderbilt Univ. Kia Motors Corp. May 10, The Court held that son could only maintain an action for pre-majority medical expenses he himself actually paid, but that he could present evidence to the trial court of his payments if any such evidence existed.
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